Prosecutors are advancing a theory that Andrea Sneiderman might have talked her boss into killing her husband so she could be with a third man, according to wsbtv.com.
During a court hearing Friday, Chief Assistant Prosecutor Don Geary told Judge Gregory Adams that his office is investigating Sneiderman's relationship with Joseph Dell.
Prosecutors had evidence that Sneiderman and Dell started a relationship after the man left his wife who was late in her pregnancy, according to the report.
Hemy Neuman was convicted of shooting and killing Sneiderman's husband, Rusty Sniederman, outside a Dunwoody daycare in 2010, that Sandy Springs students attended. She now faces charges that she was complicit in the murder so that she could claim $2 million in insurance.
“It is something we must follow up, given that Mr. Neuman claimed, not that he didn’t commit the murder, that was clear, but that he did so and was manipulated by this defendant,” Geary said in the report.