'Fatal Attraction' killer is allowed DNA testing on trial evidence

'Fatal Attraction' killer who served 27 years for shooting her lover's wife nine times is now allowed to have three pieces of evidence from her trial DNA tested as she fights to be exonerated Carolyn Warmus was released on parole two years ago after serving 27 years for the killing of her lover's wife, Betty Jeanne Solomon, in New York in 1989 Warmus, who had been having an affair with Betty's husband Paul, was convicted in 1992 of shooting her nine times in her home  After the killing, prosecutors said Warmus went to meet Paul in a hotel bar for cocktails before having sex with him in his car  Prosecutors are now allowing DNA testing of three pieces of evidence from her trial to determine if they can exonerate her The evidence includes a glove found in Betty's home, blood found in a bag belonging to the husband and semen found in the victim's body

By Emily Crane For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:57 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 20:04 BST, 4 May 2021

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Carolyn Warmus, now 56, was released from a New York prison on parole two years ago after serving 27 years for murdering her lover's wife in 1989

Carolyn Warmus, now 56, was released from a New York prison on parole two years ago after serving 27 years for murdering her lover's wife in 1989

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Prosecutors in New York are allowing DNA testing of evidence from the 1992 trial of so-called 'Fatal Attraction' killer Carolyn Warmus who served 27 years for murdering her lover's wife. 

Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah consented on Monday to the testing of three pieces of evidence used to convict Warmus, now 56, in the killing of Betty Jeanne Solomon.

She was released on parole two years ago after serving more than two decades in prison.  

Warmus, who had been having an affair with Betty's husband Paul, was convicted of

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