PLAINES BLANCHES, N.Y. – A former New York teacher, convicted of murdering his lover's wife in a case dubbed the murder of Fatal Attraction, was released from prison.
Carolyn Warmus was released from Bedford Hills prison Monday after her parole was granted last month. His release was reported for the first time in the Daily News.
Warmus, now 55, was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 1992 for the murder of Betty Jeanne Solomon.
Prosecutors said that Warmus was liaising with the victim's husband, Paul Solomon, when she killed Betty Jeanne Solomon at the victim's home in Greenburgh, New York, on January 15, 1989. Warmus has always maintained her innocence.
The case makes comparisons with the film "Fatal Attraction" with Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.