The couple at the center of the disappearance of a New Caanan, Connecticut, mother of five may have finally split for good.
Michelle Troconis, 44, has moved her belongings out of the Farmington home she shared with Greek real estate developer Fotis Dulos — whose wife Jennifer Dulos went missing in May, the Hartford Courant reported.
The latest chapter in the soap opera-like mystery played out Friday, the same day Troconis appeared briefly in Stamford Superior Court for a pre-trial hearing.
The jet-setting businesswoman faces evidence tampering charges in the wake of the May 24 disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.
A judge adjourned the case to Dec. 6 after Troconis’ attorney, Andrew Bowman, noted the defense team was still reviewing evidence turned over by the prosecution.
In her last appearance, she pleaded not guilty.
Troconis, who is free on bonds of $500,000 and $150,000, is accused of helping Fotis Dulos, 52, dispose and clean up a pickup truck that cops say was used the day Jennifer Farber Dulos disappeared.
Jennifer Dulos and her husband were in the midst of a bitter divorce and custody battle at the time of her disappearance.
Fotis Dulos told Athens website Proto Thema earlier this month that his relationship with his wife began breaking down in 2010, claiming she had “serious psychological problems” that contributed to their marriage falling apart — and became “a hermit.”
Jennifer filed for divorce in June 2017.
In March 2018, Fotis said he told Jennifer he’d developed feelings for his girlfriend, Troconis, and he and his wife had “long discussions, all at a civilized level” about the new relationship.
But in court papers, Jennifer said she lived in fear of her “volatile” husband, who she described as “dangerous and ruthless.”
She alleged that Fotis had cheated on her and wanted to move his “paramour” into their Farmington, Connecticut, mansion.
Investigators found Jennifer Dulos’ blood in a truck belonging to an employee of Fotis Dulos, according to reports.
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