Dunwoody: Sneiderman’s in-laws seek custody, Neuman willing to testify
Andrea Sneiderman was booked into the DeKalb County jail on Aug. 2.
Andrea Sneiderman’s in-laws want custody of her children and her former boss is willing to testify about their alleged relationship, according to news reports.
DeKalb County prosecutors say the alleged affair between Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman resulted in Neuman shooting Sneiderman’s husband, Rusty, outside a Dunwoody day care in 2010.
Sneiderman was arrested on Aug. 2 after a DeKalb County grand jury indicted her. Sneiderman is charged with murder, racketeering, insurance fraud and perjury related to her husband’s death.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Sneiderman’s in-laws have filed a motion seeking emergency custody of their two grandchildren. The AJC also reports that Sneiderman, who is still in jail, has an Aug. 21 bond hearing. Read the full article here.
Fox 5 Atlanta reports that Neuman is willing to testify against Sneiderman if the case goes to trial. Read the full article here.