Robyn Gardner's Boyfriend Lashes Out At Gary Giordano On Facebook
Robyn Gardner's distraught boyfriend has gotten into an escalating verbal assault on Gary Giordano, the prime suspect in the missing woman's disappearance in Aruba last summer.
Robert Forrester vented his frustration on Wednesday about the unsolved mystery and accused Giordano of covering up the 35-year-old woman's disappearance, Radar reports. Giordano met Gardner on a dating website and traveled with her to the Caribbean island in July and reported her missing Aug. 2.
"Gary....ARE YOU WATCHING THIS PAGE??? WHAT DID YOU DO WITH ROBYN? ANSWER ME [expletive deleted]..." Forrester wrote on a Facebook page devoted to finding her.
"I'M NOT GOING AWAY AND I WILL KEEP THE MEDIA PRESSURE ALL OVER YOU. YOUR AMBULANCE CHASING LAWYER DOESN'T SCARE ME AT ALL AND YOU ARE A SLIMEBALL COWARD," the rant said.
Forrester kept up the attack on Thursday morning, writing, "Good morning to all! Gary...tell us where Robyn is. We are all waiting and won't let this go away.....EVER!"
Giordano, 50, was held for months by Aruban police as they searched for Gardner's body. Aruban authorities didn't believe Giordano's version of events. By his account, Gardner was swept out to sea while snorkeling.
Even after a massive investigation, authorities haven't found Gardner's remains, a murder weapon, or other evidence that could have formed the basis for a prosecution.
With Giordano back home in Maryland, Forrester has effectively declared him to be his mortal enemy. Besides the vitriolic posts on Facebook, Forrester also directed readers to see months-old articles that claim Giordano was once involved in a retail theft ring.
Gioardano's financial woes were seized upon as a possible motive for killing her. Giordano purchased a $1.5 million insurance policy on Gardner and tried to collect it two days after he reported that she was missing.
Forrester got into trouble last week with Giordano's lawyer, because of these unrelenting diatribes. Lawyer Jose Baez told Forrester that he was "walking a fine line in terms of a defamation suit" during a taping of Geraldo Rivera's Fox News show, Radar reports.
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