Motions filed in Fulton County court have shed light on the alleged love affair Andrea Sneiderman was having with a friend, Joseph Dell.
Andrea Sneiderman is accused of conspiring to kill her husband Rusty Sneiderman in 2010 outside a Dunwoody day care.
Her boss, Hemy Neuman, is serving life in prison for the shooting death.
DeKalb County prosecutors recently said in court that Andrea Sneiderman conspired with Neuman to kill Rusty Sneiderman so she could be with Dell, with whom she was having an affair.
Originally, prosecutors had said Andrea Sneiderman was having a love affair with Neuman and that is why she wanted Rusty Sneiderman killed.
In documents filed this week in a wrongful death civil suit filed by Rusty Sneiderman's brother, attorneys for Andrea Sneiderman said she did not have sex with Dell before his divorce this past summer.
Attorneys, however, did say Dell told Andrea Sneiderman he loved her while she was locked up in jail after her arrest in August.
"Whether or not Andrea Sneiderman slept with this new fellow, slept with Mr. Neuman or slept with anybody is not relevant," said former prosecutor Ken Hodges, who has been following the high-profile case. "The only relevant thing is did she solicit Hemy Neuman to commit murder against her former husband, her deceased husband?"
Hodges also said whether Dell loved Andrea Sneiderman is irrelevant in the case.
"I see it as unimportant completely because this was long after Mr. Sneiderman had been murdered and long after Ms. Sneiderman had already been indicted for this," said Hodges.
Andrea Sneiderman is facing murder charges in DeKalb County and is expected to go on trial in the spring.
The two sides have until Dec. 7 to file motions in the criminal murder case.
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