Report: Fotis Dulos in Critical Condition Following Suicide Attempt

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Breaking News from Connecticut

NBC Connecticut and the Connecticut Post are reporting the news that Fotis Dulos, charged in the disappearance of his estranged wife Jennifer, attempted suicide January 28th. He is reported to be in critical condition.

Dulos’ attorney Norm Pattis spoke to NBC Connecticut on his client’s condition.

Despite the suicide attempt, the case is on-going. Dulos was expected in court today regarding a potential bond revocation. From the CT Post:

Farmington police officers discovered Fotis Dulos inside a running car in his garage around noon Tuesday when they conducted a welfare check because he was not at the bond hearing in Stamford. An issue with the insurance on his $6 million bond was likely going to send him back to jail until it was sorted out, sources close to his case said.

Dulos was also accused of vandalizing a memorial to Jennifer, which resulted in the judge putting him on strict home confinement.

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