Lawyer for Jennifer Duloss husband is exploring whether her disappearance is a Gone Girl-type case, provoking fury of author behind book
Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn has said an estranged husbands claim that his missing wife may have faked her disappearance in the manner of Flynns bestselling novel absolutely sickens her.
Connecticut woman Jennifer Dulos has not been seen since 24 May when she was collecting her children from school, according to ABC News. Police believe the mother of five was assaulted in her home, where bloodstains were found. She was in the process of what has been described as a bitter custody dispute with her husband, Fotis Dulos, whose lawyer, Norm Pattis, insists does not know where she is.
In June, People reported that Dulos and his girlfriend had been arrested and charged with fabricating or tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. Both have pleaded not guilty.