TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- The investigation into the death of a woman at her house in an upscale enclave of Tallahassee has dragged on for two weeks with no answers.
Samira Frasch was found dead Feb. 22 at the bottom of a swimming pool at her home. The cause of death has not been announced. Her estranged husband, podiatrist Adam Frasch, has been questioned but denies any involvement.
Samira Frasch filed for divorce in September after four years of marriage, temporarily gaining custody of the house and the couple's two young children.
She told friends she had worked as a model in France and was educated at a prestigious Paris University.
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