NJ attorney Matthew Nilo is RELEASED from jail after family posted $500k bond trends now
Suspected serial rapist Matthew Nilo has walked out of Boston's Suffolk Superior Courthouse after posting bond Thursday.
Exclusive DailyMail.com pictures and video show Nilo, 35, walking from the courthouse with his fiancée, Laura Griffin, 37, who clutched his hand tightly throughout, leaving the world in no doubt that she is standing by her man in the face of his heinous alleged crimes.
The New Jersey cyber attorney had been held in Suffolk County jail following his extradition from New Jersey earlier this month.
He is charged with seven counts including aggravated rape, kidnapping, indecent assault with intent to rape and assault in a string of attacks that took place in 2007 and 2008.
Matthew Nilo was released from Boston jail on Thursday after his family posted $500,000 of his $5million bail and he was fitted with a GPS ankle monitor
Exclusive pictures and video show Nilo, 35, walking from the courthouse with his fiancée, Laura Griffin, 37
Both Nilo and his fiancée wore dark shades and studiously ignored all inquiries
Neither Nilo nor Griffin responded to DailyMail.com's repeated questions. He would not comment on his crimes nor did he have any words for his alleged victims
He emerged from the courthouse shortly after 1pm today having paid $500,000 of his $5million bail and been fitted with a GPS ankle monitor as per the conditions of his release.
Neither Nilo nor Griffin responded to DailyMail.com's repeated questions. He would not comment on his crimes nor did he have any words for his alleged victims.
Both he and his fiancée wore dark shades and studiously ignored all inquiries.
Nilo, who once lived in the North End, was arrested at his home in Weehawken, New Jersey, more than 15 years after he allegedly terrorized four victims
When asked how she felt about the charges levelled against the man to whom she only recently became engaged Griffin looked dead ahead. She did not respond to the question of how her family felt about her standing by him.
Two weeks ago Griffin held rosary beads as she appeared in New Jersey court to support Nilo as the New Jersey attorney waived his extradition back to Massachusetts, where the alleged rapes took place.
Today her blonde hair was slicked back and tied at the nape of her neck. She wore black pants and a black turtleneck despite the warm Boston sunshine, pairing them with a pale grey, leather trimmed suit jacket.
Smartly dressed in navy pants and white dress shirt Nilo could have almost passed for the city attorney that he was until his recent suspension.
The only hint of his true status as bailed suspect was the ankle monitor that peeked from the hem of his left pant leg as he walked; the emotional tell of his growing frustration was the muscle that worked at his clenched jaw.