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Former ESPN Host Found Guilty on Conspiracy to Commit Murder and Other Charges, Faces the Rest of Her Life in Prison

In a case that has gripped and appalled the New England region and beyond, former ESPN host Michelle Troconis was convicted Friday of helping her now-deceased boyfriend kill his estranged wife almost five years ago.
According to CBS News, a jury found Troconis guilty in the murder of Jennifer Dulos, the mother of five who was entangled in a bitter divorce and custody dispute with Fotis Dulos, a Turkish-born American businessman.
CBS News reported that Troconis was convicted on all counts, including conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with physical evidence and hindering prosecution.

Her sentencing is set for May 31, and her bond is set at $6 million, according to NBC News.

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