(fashion) Photographs have revealed inside of Fotis Dulos' $4.35million Connecticut mansion after he was forced to put it into foreclosure following his latest arrest in relation to the disappearances of his estranged wife.
The Farmington property that was once the home of missing mother-of-five Jennifer and her husband, could be sold after Dulos allegedly missed mortgage repayments from November 2018 to the present date, NBC Connecticut reported.
The civil suit is the latest proceeding to be filed against Dulos, after his late father-in-law's estate filed one against him regarding money he allegedly gave him. This accompanies the ongoing developments in Jennifer's case that saw him arrested for the second time on a second count of tapering with physical evidence, in which he is due for arraignment on Thursday.
The mom has not been seen since May 24 when she dropped off the couple's children at school amid what was described as a 'bitter' divorce and custody battle.
Now their spacious six-bedroom and 10-bathroom home, which is located at 4 Jefferson Crossing is up for sale and boasts features including a gym, library, an elevator, multiple fireplaces and a four car garage on more than 2.27 acres of land.
Fotis Dulos' Farmington home in Connecticut could for sold after he allegedly missed mortgage repayments since November 2018. A source close to the family told DailyMail.com that there was 'no more money'
The spacious six bedroom home, which sits on 2.27 acres of land, has been listed by Tea Leaf Reality for $4.35million
Jennifer Duos (left) has been missing since May 24, she has not been seen nor has her body been found, despite extensive searches from investigators. Fotis Dulos (right), her estranged husband, has been charged with two counts of tampering with evidence in connection to her disappearance and is due in court for arraignment on September 12
Dulos has until October 1 to stay in the property according to a foreclosure lawyer not affiliated with his case. The spacious property has 13 rooms in total, including areas that are meant to promote 'togetherness' and other spots for 'private' study
The impressive Colonial designed property boasts features that include a built-in library, gym, an elevator and more
Court documents from the foreclosure case state that Dulos can stay in the 13,889-square-foot property until October 1 and will be responsible for the costs and expenses of enforcing the note, NBC found. In addition to reasonable attorney fees.
A source close to Dulos, told DailyMail.com: 'There's no more money... He's had zero contact with his kids. He doesn't even know where they are going to school, perhaps New York.'
Foreclosure defense attorney Sarah Poriss, who is not affiliated with Dulos' case, told NBC: 'With this particular homeowner there’s other things going on his life, and one of the homeowners we don’t know where she is.'
She explained that the papers did not reveal a lot of information and looked 'average' before stating, 'although we know this is not your average defendant.'
Poriss added: 'I think any attorney who works with him should treat him like any other homeowner who they represent.
'I don’t think there’s anything special about this foreclosure other than media exposure and media coverage pressure on him and his finances obviously.'
The home is located in Farmington, Connecticut, and is listed as having a private airport less than 10 minutes away
The home was been equipped with a gym, along with other features. It was described as combining older classic designs with modern features for a family
There are 13 spacious rooms in the home, which are divided into areas to promote togetherness as well as private study
The home was said to represent the 'pinnacle of quality, workmanship and style' and is located in a small private