Sneiderman in dispute with in-laws over visitation
She petitions in court filing for visitation to be restricted to her two children
Andrea Sneiderman is in a dispute with her in-laws over visitation, claiming in a court filing that they are not acting in her to children’s “best interest,” by claiming that she may have played a part in her husband’s slaying, according to an article by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Hemy Neuman, the Dunwoody widow’s former boss, was convicted in March for murdering Russell Sneiderman outside of a Dunwoody day care. Sneiderman's testimony in the trial, in which she denies having an affair with Neuman, was recently subpoenaed by a DeKalb grand jury.
In Wednesday’s court filing, Sneiderman denied that she has been blocking the Sneiderman's visitation and alleged that they had little contact with the children before the incident, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Sneiderman’s possible role in her husband’s death became a focus immediately after Neuman was convicted.
"It is something we have under review right now," James said March 15 at a post-trial press conference. "Stay tuned."
Andrea Sneiderman's testimony during the trial raised eyebrows from legal professionals and people following the trial.
Andrea Sneiderman denied having an affair with Neuman, despite testimony from multiple sources that the two had shared a hotel room together in Colorado and kissed and danced at a bar in Greenville, S.C.
She also testified during the trial that she received notice of her husband's death by an emergency room doctor at Atlanta Medical Center.
Later in the trial, her friend and also her father-in-law Don Sneiderman said that Andrea Sneiderman called them and told them Russell Sneiderman had been shot before she arrived at the hospital.
A defense assertion in the trial was that Andrea Sneiderman seduced and manipulated Hemy Neuman into killing Russell Sneiderman.
Andrea Sneiderman was banished from watching the trial after it was established she talked to a witness.