Murdered Manhattan Art Dealer’s Estranged Husband Under Investigation by Brazilian Police

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Brazilian authorities are currently investigating whether the estranged husband of a Manhattan art dealer was aware of the suspected killer, as they dig deeper into the murder case.

Monica Arango, the art dealer, was found dead in her apartment in Manhattan last week, and the prime suspect in her murder is a hired housekeeper. According to authorities, the housekeeper had been hired by Arango’s estranged husband and had a history of violence.

The estranged husband, who resides in Brazil, has denied any involvement in the murder and claims to have had no knowledge of the suspect’s criminal background. However, Brazilian police are actively looking into his possible connection to the case.

Arango’s death has caught the attention of local and international authorities, sparking concerns over the safety of individuals involved in hiring household staff.

In light of this tragic incident, many are calling for stricter background checks and regulations for individuals hired to work in private homes, in order to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.

The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information related to the case to come forward and assist in the ongoing efforts to bring justice to Monica Arango, her family, and loved ones.