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Offbeat Wife Of Man Arrested In Spa Blast Probe Died Under ‘Mysterious Circumstances’

22:26  20 may  2018
22:26  20 may  2018 Source:   ibtimes.com

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Years before a targeted explosion killed his former girlfriend, the wife of a Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation died in what officials called a " mysterious case".

WBAL Radio 1090 AM - Years before a targeted explosion killed his former girlfriend, the wife of a Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation died in what officials called a " mysterious case".

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A Southern California man who was arrested recently for allegedly planting a bomb in a package that killed his former girlfriend on May 15 lost his wife under "mysterious circumstances" a decade ago, reports said.

The explosion in a spa Stephen Beal owned with his ex-girlfriend, Ildiko Krajnyak, killed the woman and injured three others. Beal was arrested later.

Beal’s wife Christine died in 2008 after she fell down from the stairs at their home while carrying a heavy piece of furniture with her husband. In the initial report, pancreatitis and an electrolyte imbalance were revealed to be the cause of her death as she reportedly fell on her pelvis and hip area.

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Years before a targeted explosion killed his former girlfriend, the wife of a Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation died in what officials called a " mysterious case".

Years before a targeted explosion killed his former girlfriend, the wife of a Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation died in what officials called a " mysterious case".

There were no signs of foul play but it was not clear if the death was due to trauma, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said at the time. Her postmortem report claimed that after his wife’s death, Beal was "uncooperative, not wanting to 'reveal' information to the hospital staff about her,” reported ABC News.

Benzodiazepine, a medication commonly used for anxiety, was found in her system during a toxicology screening. The screening also showed her blood lead level to be 24 times greater than the number set by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

The autopsy report called it "a mysterious case" as it couldn’t conclusively say whether the fall contributed to her death. The report suggested that "Death is probably natural, maybe trauma contributed but this is not known.”

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LOS ANGELES – A decade before a bomb planted in a package killed his former girlfriend, the Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation lost his wife in what a coroner’s official termed a “ mysterious case.”

Years before a targeted explosion killed his former girlfriend, the wife of a Southern California man charged as part of the blast investigation died in what officials called a " mysterious case".

Following this, a life insurance company had denied him his claim stating the death was not accidental. Beal then filed a lawsuit against the company and won $550,000.

Southern California man was charged with planting a bomb in a package that has killed his former girlfriend. In the photo, firefighters put out a major house fire on Prospect Avenue in the Bronx borough of New York City, Dec. 28, 2017.Photo: Amir Levy/Getty Images

Beal was on Tuesday charged with having an unregistered destructive device in his house and is in custody awaiting a court appearance in a federal court. FBI agents are investigating the bomb blast inside a day spa owned by his ex-girlfriend, Ildiko Krajnyak, that killed her. The spa was located in a medical office building in Aliso Viejo, about 80 kms south of Los Angeles.

They first met online in June 2016 and dated for about 18 months. Beal’s friend and neighbor Stephen Young rejected suspicions about the death of Christine, calling it just a tragic accident.

He also said he couldn't imagine Beal doing anything violent.

"If there was anything unusual about that she certainly had time to confide in a nurse or someone like that," Young said. "I have no doubt it was truly an accident. I think he really suffered from the loss of his wife for several years."

Young also said Beal frequently spoke about Krajnyak and they both seemed to be very happy. They broke up this year due to differences over finance and exclusivity.

Man tied to California blast victim freed, charge dropped .
A California man arrested on suspicion of having explosives after a blast killed his ex-girlfriend at her day spa has walked free after prosecutors dropped the charge. The U.S. attorney's office says Stephen Beal was released from jail Sunday after a charge of possessing an unregistered destructive device was tossed. Stephen Beal was released from jail Sunday — a day after a judge approved prosecutors' request to drop a single charge of possessing an unregistered destructive device, the U.S. attorney's office said.

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