Andrea Sneiderman's Assets to Remain Frozen for Now
Judge ordered that Sneiderman's assets remain frozen until it is settled in Fulton County. She will appear in court again Thursday to attempt to loosen bond restrictions so that she can attend religious services.
Andrea Sneiderman's assets will remain frozen after a suit was filed in Fulton County where she banked, according to myfoxatlanta.com.
The lawsuit was originally filed in DeKalb and was dismissed. At issue is $2 million in insurance money Sneiderman received after the death if her husband, Rusty Sneiderman.
Rusty Sneiderman was killed in fall 2010 after dropping his son off at Dunwoody Prep, a daycare center in the city.
The state had learned that Sneiderman had deposited the money with a vice president of Bank of New York Mellon in Fulton County. A Fulton County judge found probable cause to sign a freeze order on Wednesday.
Sneiderman was indicted in the death of her husband by a DeKalb County grand jury on August 2, after a March comnviction of her former boss, Hemy Neuman, determined he shot and killed Rusty Sneiderman.
Andrea Seniderman denied she had an affair with Neuman, despite evidence she did.
Andrea Sneiderman will be back in court Thursday when she attempts to loosen her bond restrictions so she can attend religious services.