Wife of Dunwoody Murder Suspect Alleges Adultery | News
DECATUR, Ga. -- The wife of accused murder suspect Hemy Neuman has filed separation papers in DeKalb County court alleging adultery and infidelity.
The attorney for Ariela Neuman, Hemy Neuman's wife, filed the paperwork Monday. The filings subpoena Andrea Sneiderman and the accused gunman, Hemy Neuman, for depositions. The filing stopped short of naming who Neuman was allegedly involved with.
Hemy Neuman is accused in the November shooting death of Rusty Sneiderman who was dropping off his 2-year-old son at Dunwoody Prep Preschool.
Monday's filing subpoenas Andrea Sneiderman for "correspondence, memoranda, business notes, personal notes, greeting cards, gifts, gift recipient cards, internet use, web site registrations, web site postings, electronic and/or cellular communications" pertaining to Hemy Neuman.
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The subpoena also requests "documentation", "itineraries", and "receipts" for trips taken by Sneiderman since May 2010, "whether as part of employment or for personal travel".
Court documents filed by DeKalb County prosecutors in February have suggested "continuous communication" between between Andrea Sneiderman and her boss, the man accused in her husband's murder, Hemy Neuman.
Investigators want to know more about the relationship between their suspect, Hemy Neuman, and the victim's wife, Andrea Sneiderman.
According to the affidavit, the investigator wants "any digital evidence of communication between the defendant, Andrea Sneiderman, and any accomplices or witnesses, known or unknown to law enforcement, that would indicate planning, collaboration, or premeditation to commit murder, and/or any indication of participation of the murder of the victim."
Neuman was Andrea Sneiderman's supervisor at General Electric.
In the days since Rusty Sneiderman's murder, emails from sources have trickled out between Andrea Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman, talking about parenting.
And, according to a source who has seen them, Hemy Neuman and Rusty Sneiderman exchanged emails as well. Sneiderman, the source said, was helping Neuman find a new job.
Neuman, who is accused of killing Sneiderman, had a job at the time at GE, and was an immediate supervisor over Sneiderman's wife Andrea, who also worked at GE.
According an email exchange, Sneiderman and Neuman arranged a lunch date on August 12 to discuss possible business ventures.
After the lunch, Sneiderman sent Neuman an email thanking him for the lunch. "I can see why Andrea is enjoying working for you," he said.
Neuman responded in an email, "I also thoroughly enjoyed our conversation and very much appreciate the advice and effort."
Neuman is expected to be arraigned in early April.
In Wednesday's filing, Ariela Neuman lays out her reasons for the separation order, alleging adultery, cruel treatment "bodily or mental", and malice murder charges.
She also specified demands from her husband, from whom she claims to be separated since October of 2010.
In addition to asking for the couple's Cobb County home, she stipulated alimony, child support for one of their children, and property and debt to be divided equally.