Following the May 24 disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, questions have continued to surround her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and his then-girlfriend, Michelle Troconis. Since she was last seen, both Fotis and Troconis have been charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution.

Last month, Troconis, 44, also faced a 45-minute deposition in which she invoked the Fifth Amendment for every question she was asked. Recently, attorney Richard Weinstein, who is representing Jennifer's mother Gloria Farber, has spoken out about Troconis' decision to keep all information pertaining to Fore Group's finances to herself.

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As reported by the Stamford Advocate, Weinstein has now stated that he believes Troconis "abused" her Fifth Amendment privileges. Now, Weinstein revealed that he wants her to provide more transparency regarding Fotis' business dealings. This is partially due to a new belief that Fotis had been funneling money "through a surrogate" and other loans were potentially "being advanced by third parties on behalf of defendant Dulos."

Troconis' attorney, Andrew Bowman, has since filed a new motion that opposes Weinstein's request that she be compelled to answer his questions about the business. In response, Weinstein has additionally asked that the judge toss out the motion due to the fact that he said he never directly received a copy.

However, the legal battle took yet another turn on Tuesday when Bowman filed court papers that Weinstein's questioning of Troconis is similar to that of a prosecutor's, even though he had previously agreed not to ask anything pertaining to Jennifer's whereabouts.

"An examination of the questioning indisputably demonstrates that (Farber's) counsel is asking questions that are the mirror image of what a prosecutor would ask," Bowman wrote in a memorandum, per the Stamford Advocate. Therefore, he said his client does, in fact, have a right to invoke the Fifth Amendment as she nor Fotis have been charged with anything pertaining to a crime that directly related to Jennifer's murder.

At this time, the public has not had access to the questions that were asked during the deposition. Additionally, Hartford Superior Court Judge Cesar Noble has not given an official ruling on the matter.

Earlier this month, the two made separate court appearances, but will each be back on various dates. On Oct. 25, Troconis will be back in court to answer to her charges of hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence, while Fotis will return to face his own charges of a similar nature on Nov. 6.

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