Miami, FL - Report: Missing Florida Millionaire May Be Alive And Hiding Out In The Netherlands
Miami, FL - There may be a lead in the case of Guma Aguiar, the missing Florida millionaire, after reports surfaced that Aguiarâ€™s sister, Angelika, is moving to the Netherlands. A close business partner of Aguiar already resides there.
Aguiar disappeared from his Rio Vista home on June 19, leaving his wife, four children, and a $100 million behind. Surveillance footage captured Aguiar in his boat heading out to sea that afternoon. His boat was recovered, but the Coast Guard was unable to find him or a body. There was no evidence of foul play. Now the attorney for Aguiarâ€™s wife, Jamie, wants to know if Aguiar is hiding out in the Netherlands.
â€śIt could be a coincidence, but Jamie hopes thereâ€™s information about her husband and that he may still be alive, so weâ€™ll see,â€ť attorney William Scherer told CBS 4 (http://cbsloc.al/VehLf5).
Since Aguiarâ€™s disappearance, both his wife and his mother have been waging an intense legal battle for control of his estate, including who will get possession of over a dozen properties belonging to Aguiar in Israel. Aguiarâ€™s mother contends that her son gave these properties to her and his sisters.
Scherer says Aguiarâ€™s sisters have yet to be deposed in the case and have managed to avoid being subpoenaed. â€śWe want to know what, if anything, they know about Gumaâ€™s disappearance,â€ť Scherer said.
Aguiar has been classified by Fort Lauderdale police as missing.
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