The estranged husband of a missing Connecticut woman has again argued her disappearance nearly two months ago is a ploy to get him in trouble and keep him from their five children.
Fotis Dulos accused his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos of trying to frame him for her disappearance in an attempt to access her medical records, according to court documents obtained by the New York Post.
The three-page motion filed Wednesday asked the court to grant Fotis access to records for $14,000...
The husband of missing Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos is talking publicly for the first time. Fotis Dulos spoke to reporters following a court hearing at which he asked for custody of the children. His lawyer, Norm Pattis, continued to claim Jennifer may have staged a "Gone Girl"-type disappearance, faking her own vanishing to frame her husband. Jennifer's family is calling the "Gone Girl" account "a classic act of desperation to slander the victim."