As reported on Wednesday, June 03, 2009 by foxnews MIAMI — A defense attorney has suggested that a spray tan might be to blame for the death of a 33-year-old South Florida woman whose husband is now facing a second-degree murder charge. Prosecutors believe 36-year-old Aventura developer Adam Kaufman strangled his wife, Eleonora Kaufman, in November 2007. But during a bond hearing Tuesday, defense attorney Bill Matthewman floated a different theory. Matthewman said arsenic or some other accidental poison in a spray tan might be to blame for Eleonora Kaufman's death. Matthewman asked Miami-Dade chief medical examiner Dr. Bruce A. Hyma if officials investigated adverse reactions to spray tans. Eleonora Kaufman got a spray tan one day before she died. The hearing is scheduled to continue Wednesday.
Editor Rozek’s Notes: Let me get this straight? A spray tan strangled this guy’s wife? That totally sucks! I can’t imagine having to come home to find the yellow tinted hands of a spray tan wrapped around the neck of a loved one! We should definitely be more careful. The poor attorney got handed this client and thought..."Why do I always get the guilty guys?"
Attorney: Any chance she had recently eaten at Wendys?
Attorney: ...Chewed a piece of orbit gum?
Kaufman: hmm...don't know...I couldn't stand to be near her...I'm not sure...
Attorney: ...Did she get a spray tan?"
Kaufman: Ooh! Yeah!...She got a spray tan.
Attorney: Okay! Then we need to get these yellowish stains off of your hands.