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Missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos’ family and friends reject her, it is a “Gone Girl” disappear

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The attorney for Jennifer Dulos’ estranged husband says that it’s missing, a mother of five and wrote ‘Gone Girl’-style manuscript.

Friends and family of a missing Connecticut mom of five, Jennifer Dulos, on Monday countered with a claim on her estranged husband, the lawyer, is the author of “troubled,” and said that every link to a book she wrote almost two decades ago were way off base.

In an interview on Fox News on Friday, a lawyer, Norm Pattis, said that his client, Fotis Dulos, had been “upset, tired and disappointed” about the “daunting ordeal”, and the mysterious disappearance of his estranged wife.

He said to Jennifer Dulos had a troubled history,” he describes her as a writer who wrote a manuscript similar to” Gone Girl,” a thriller later made into a hit Hollywood movie.

Jennifer Dulos and disappeared about a month ago.
(Carrie Luft, on Behalf of the Family and Friends of Jack Farber Dulos)

In response, Carrie Luft, a spokesperson for the family and friends of the missing mother, he said: “This is not fiction or a movie. This is the real world, as well as experienced each and every day, due to Her’s five kids, her family, and her friends.”

She said, “We are in a break-up. Jennifer is not here to protect her, and this is a false and irresponsible accusations, the pain of the children, now and in the future.”

Luft added, “the Evidence shows that Jennifer was the victim of a brutal attack in her New Canaan home.

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Jennifer Dulos and was reported missing on the 24th of May and was last seen driving a black Chevy Suburban, when she dropped off her children at their private school in New Canaan.

The couple was in the midst of a bitter battle over the custody of their five children. Pattis said Jennifer Dulos “appeared intent” on how to move the children to New York, where her mother lived, on the joint custody agreement.

“It wasn’t they settled down in New Cannan, with the intention of living happily ever after,” Pattis said.

However, the court documents revealed, Jennifer Dulos and was “scared for her family’s safety.” She claimed that her husband, who is a custom home builder who has been born and brought up in Greece but went to college at Brown University in the US, “there is a history of the management of the volatility and uncertainty of behavior.”

Luft said Pattis’ suggestion that Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance was tied to a book that she wrote, it was ridiculous.

“I have read all of Jennifer’s novel, in instalments as they finish the script,” Luft said. “She’s done with the draft around the year 2002. (This was before she had the affair with Fotis Dulos.) In her book, which has nothing to do with the lost Girl (published in 2012).”

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She added, “Her novel is not a mystery. It’s a character-driven story that follows a young woman who, through relationships and self-discovery over a period of several years. As with all of Jennifer’s writing, it is the expression of a deep longing for human connection and the need to be accepted as one’s true self.”

Fotis Dulos, and his legal team, including Norm Pattis, left, during a hearing in Stamford Superior Court earlier this month.
Erik Trautmann/Hearst Connecticut Media, via the AP, Pool)

Fotis Dulos, and his live-in girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have both pleaded not guilty to the charges, evidence of tampering, and hindering prosecution earlier this month.

Michelle C. Troconis, is charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and first-degree hindering prosecution.
(Tyler Sizemore/Hearst Connecticut Media, via the AP, Pool)

Fotis Dulos’ DNA was found mixed with his wife’s blood on the kitchen faucet to the New Canaan home that she was living with her children after the couple split, according to Attorney Richard Colangelo. The police said that the house had evidence of blood-spatter and clean-up efforts, according to the arrest report.

Pattis said he remained skeptical about the state’s evidence against his client, who is also a surveillance footage of a man who seems to be on Fotis Dulos, and Troconis 30 stops on a vehicle and the drop clothes, brushes and other items, which investigators said have tested positive for the missing mom’s DNA to a stop.

He told me that he had not seen the state of the security footage, but said he had “every reason to doubt, however, that it is valid and reliable.”

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Pattis issued a statement on Monday, writing, “We will continue our study of the Ms. Dulos’s disappearance, and believe that it is entirely consistent with the evidence on which to conclude that they do not become the victim of a crime to be in the hands of a third party.”

Then he said, “the Efforts to make the separation, Ms. Dulos, a Gone Girl-type scenario, well-intentioned, to be sure. But the fact of the matter is that Ms. Dulos remains, attributable to ‘the Disappeared’, the imagination, the resources and the motivation to be fade away.”

Fox News’ Maria Paronich, Vandana Rambaran, and Perry Chiaramonte contributed to this report.

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