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Findings in mystery death of Miami realtor Andrea Greenberg whose boyfriend claimed she ‘didn’t wake up’ from a nap! Her partner, Alejandro Aparicio, then ‘withdrew $10,000 from her bank account,’ toxicology also found three deadly drugs in her system

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Mystery death of Florida real estate agent whose boyfriend claimed she ‘didn’t wake up’ from a nap is being treated as homicide
Alejandro Aparicio, 60, said he woke up to find Andrea Greenberg unresponsive after they both took a nap at heir Morningside, Miami home
A toxicology report found Greenberg, 54, died from ‘acute combined drug toxicity’ from a cocktail of three opioids
Friends and family remain skeptical about circumstances surrounding the death
Aparicio allegedly, logged into her Bank of America checking account on the day she died and withdrew $10,000
The grieving beau also filed a petition to probate a will ten days after Greenberg’s death
If successful, would have made him the sole beneficiary and executor of Greenberg’s estate, estimated at more than $1million, but it has been successfully contested by her sister Valerie Greenberg
Still he managed to withdraw $585,000 from her checking and money market savings accounts, on which he was a trustee, within a month

Mystery surrounds the death of a real estate agent whose boyfriend claimed she didn’t wake up from a nap – before he ‘withdrew $10,000 from her bank account’.
Alejandro Aparicio said he woke up to find Andrea Greenberg unresponsive at their home in Morningside, Miami, in the early hours of October 10, after the pair had fallen asleep on the sofa.
A toxicology report later found the ‘healthy’ 54-year-old died from ‘acute combined drug toxicity’ from three kinds of synthetic opioid fentanyl and police see the case as an overdose and not homicide.
But a bitter row has broken out over Greenberg’s estate with court records saying Aparicio, 60, logged into her Bank of America checking account on the day she died and withdrew $10,000.
Her friends and relatives remain concerned about the circumstances surrounding Greenberg’s death. An autopsy a day after she died failed to conclusively determine the cause of her death, but police said late last week ‘there is no evidence of a homicide’.

Alejandro Aparicio said he woke up to find Andrea Greenberg unresponsive at their home in Morningside, Miami, in the early hours of October 10, after the pair had fallen asleep on the sofa.
60-year-old Aparicio, Greenberg’s partner,  said she had fallen asleep on the couch at 10:30 p.m. while watching television. When he tried to wake her, around 12:30 or 1 a.m., Greenberg was unresponsive, he claimed.
After finding his girlfriend unresponsive, Aparicio performed CPR until emergency crews arrived. She was later pronounced dead with cardiac arrest as the apparent cause.
However suspicions raised by her friends and family were heightened when Aparicio filed a petition to probate a will ten days after her death.
It would have made him the only beneficiary and executor of her estate, said to be worth more than $1million.
Family and friends are also mystified as to how three types of fentanyl ended up in Greenberg’s system.  Greenberg had been taking diet pills with the knowledge and help of her doctor, those close to her have said.
Aparicio told the Real Deal they had been making her feel sick for ‘several months’ before her death.
In another report, the Miami Herald states that tests did not show traces of any kind of street drug despite overdoses of opioid-laced heroin having reached epidemic proportions.
To add to the mystery Aparicio her partner of 17 years maintains,  “To the best of my knowledge she did not use any illegal drugs,” Aparicio said.
“She was taking, under medical supervision, diet pills when she died, and she had been sick for several months probably caused by those pills.”
With the death being investigated as a homicide, court records show Aparicio withdrew $10,000 from her account that day and then $15,000 more in the following few days.
Within a month, nearly $585,000 had been withdrawn from the checking and money market savings accounts, on which Aparicio was a trustee, the court motion said.

Andrea Greenberg 1
A toxicology report later found the ‘healthy’ 54-year-old, not known to be a drug user,  died from ‘acute combined drug toxicity’ from three kinds of the opioid fentanyl. Police and relatives are puzzled a non-drug user died of an apparent overdose
Andrea Greenberg [left], and her boyfriend Alejandro Aparicio 2
After finding his girlfriend [left], unresponsive, Aparicio [right], said he performed CPR until EMS crews arrived.

Until now, Aparicio had not publicly commented on its story. Last week he told radio talkshow La W: ‘I never logged into any computer or utilized any electronic means to move any funds. This is completely false. The transfers were made by the bank.’
He also defended the validity of the will he filed with the probate court.
To counter his poach on  Andrea’s considerable estate, her sister, Valerie Greenberg, made an emergency petition to be made personal representative of Andrea’s estate, challenging the validity of the will probated by her boyfriend.
Within days, Aparicio dismissed his own petition for administration of the estate.
Valerie’s request was then approved in February and she successfully requested that her sister’s assets be frozen. She is also looking to force Aparicio to vacate the home.
Meanwhile, Aparicio has filed for recovery of $700,000 he claims to have spent on the upkeep of the home he shared with his dead girlfriend.

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