Since her disappearance on May 24, Connecticut police have worked diligently to try and locate Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five. However, her estranged husband has revealed that he is a little more suspicious of the situation than the authorities.

Jennifer Dulos' ex-husband Fotis Dulos and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, were originally arrested in June when police discovered possible evidence tampering and attempts to hinder prosecution. The arrests stemmed from surveillance footage found of the pair discarding items that were found to have Jennifer’s blood on it. Police also found Fotis Dulos’ DNA in Jennifer’s home after conducting another search of the premises.

Since their arrests, the pair pleaded not guilty to the charges and has been out on bail. Police also began focusing searches for Jennifer around properties Dulos’ oversees as a real estate developer.

However, Dulos and his attorney are now claiming that Jennifer may have staged her own disappearance.

The accusation was made on Sunday when Dulos’ lawyer, Norm Pattis, claimed that his office had found a mystery novel Jennifer had written that was reminiscent of the book-turned-movie, “Gone Girl.”

The fiction thriller “Gone Girl” by author Gillian Flynn follows a mystery around a woman who stages her own disappearance in an attempt to frame her husband for her murder as revenge for “wronging her.”

Pattis claims that the book Jennifer was writing is very similar to “Gone Girl” and may have served as inspiration for Jennifer to get back at Dulos.

“We have been provided a very dark 500-plus page novel Jennifer wrote,” Pattis said in a statement. “We don’t know what had become of Jennifer but the 'Gone Girl' hypothesis is very much on our mind.”

The statement also revealed that representatives for Dulos are now investigating $14,000 of medical bills Jennifer had accrued before she disappeared.

Lawyers for Jennifer’s mother, Gloria Farber, argued in the New York Post that this is a “classic act of desperation to slander the victim” on part of her ex-husband. This is a sentiment supported by friends of Jennifer, who also claimed the she “was afraid for her life” before disappearing.