The lawyer for a missing Staten Island teacher said he fears the worst because she disappeared more than 48 hours after her allegedly abusive husband – who was arrested Wednesday – was served with divorce papers.
"My greatest fear is: I will not be speaking to Jeanine again, ”said Attorney Eric Gansberg, who is representing Jeanine Cammarata in her divorce against estranged husband Michael Cammarata.
Michael was served with divorce papers last Thursday and Jeanine was preparing for a Monday divorce-and- child-custody hearing about their 3-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter when she vanished, the lawyer said.
"It just doesn't make sense to me. She was so eager to proceed. She wanted to be with her children. I cannot imagine here just walking away, "Gansberg said.
The NYPD questioned and then arrested Michael after he admitted to assaulting the woman, law-enforcement sources said. He was charged with assault, harassment and stalking ̵
Jeanine's landlord customs The post she had spoken to him about Michael's odd behavior toward her.
] once told me that he would follow her [while she was driving] with the lights off on his car. That's terrifying, "José Perez said.
The mother-of-three, who teaches at PS 29 in the Castleton Corners section, was last seen Saturday night going to pick up her kids from Michael in Staten Island's 120th Precinct.  Her lawyer duty The post they likely chose the neutral meeting spot because “Jeanine had expressed trepidation, to put it mildly, about being around her husband.”
They previously had orders of protection against one another, he added. "In fact, she said she left the marital residence because of domestic violence, although she didn't want to remove the children from their home," Gansberg said.
Jeanine, 37, and Michael, 42, married on April 6 , 2014, and separated around May 2016, according to one family member.
Jeanine also has an 11-year-old child from a previous marriage, to Greg Gubitosi of Long Island.
That child does not know his mother is missing, said his step-mom, Daniella Gubitosi.
“We're trying to shelter him as much as possible until we know a little bit more information. We're not prepared for this at all. Clearly, who can be? ”She told The Post.
Additional reporting by Max Jaeger