5 Warning Signs Your Spouse or Loved One is Deceiving You, Plus More on Raymond Roth Case
In a daytime exclusive, Evana Roth, whose husband allegedly faked his own death, speaks out for the first time to Anderson.
Roth's husband, Raymond, supposedly drowned last July off the coast of Long Island while swimming at a local beach. A police officer later pulled Raymond over for speeding in South Carolina, which led authorities to believe he had faked his own death. As investigators put the pieces together, a strange and bizarre sequence of events began to unravel: Mr. Roth had lost his job, nearly emptied the couple's bank account, increased coverage on life insurance policies and removed his wife as the executor of his will.
Roth's attorney, Lenard Leeds of Leeds Brown Law, PC, offers five warning signs to look for if you are suspicious someone in your life is trying to deceive you.
Here is more information on this case.
Wife of Missing L.I. Man Fears for Her Life -- MyFOXNY
Long Island Man Is Charged With Insurance Fraud in Faked Drowning Case -- NYTimes