Dalia Dippolito

November 25, 2009 by USA Post 

Recently it was reported that Dalai Dippolito, the woman who tried to get her husband killed was a professional escort. This makes more sense as it is a wonder how one can meet another person who wants to have them killed after marriage.

In a recent sworn statement with Boynton Beach law officials the husband, Michael Dippolito, said that he met his future wife while she was working as an escort.

“She’s actually an escort,” he said in the interview released this week. “That’s how I met her. She came to my office one day. I called her and solicited her to the office and she came. After that one time “we started dating.” He goes on to add,  “Pretty much, we were on a fast-track relationship, getting along great.”

Soon after things began to take a different but ominous turn.

These new revelations come after Dalia Dippolito was arrested after solicitation to commit first degree murder. The pair had just been married less than 6 months and law enforcement experts claim that Dalia made at least 3 botched attempts to have her husband killed.

The first attempt of Michael’s murder was sometime soon after marriage when Dalia brought him coffee spiked with anti freeze.  The story gets more interesting as police records show that Dalia even planted drugs in the car to get Michael arrested. After this failed attempt, Dalia tried  to have Michael killed. The final attempt was when she tried to get someone to kill her husband. However, cops were alerted by now and her attempt to solicit the services of a “fake hitman” was videotaped and recorded. The police even set up a fake murder scene to convince Dalia that her husband was dead.

Dalia has continued to remain stubborn and made audacious statements. More will be revealed when the trial commences unless Dalia pleads guilty and decides to write a book.

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