Sondra Wiener and Marvin Weiner were discovered dead in their own gated community home in Valencia Lakes, just north of Tampa.
Weiner, Madoff’s only sister, died at the age of 86. Her husband was 89 years old. The facts of the fatalities and who is suspected of killing the other were not discussed by cops.
In what Florida authorities call a suspected murder-suicide, the sister of infamous Ponzi scammer Bernie Madoff, who died in a federal jail in April, has perished, along with her husband.
Sondra Weiner: Bernie Madoff Sister Wikipedia
Sondra Wiener was 86 years old when she died, but her specific date of death has yet to be discovered.
She was married to Marvin Weiner, but no information about their children is available.
In the media, there isn’t much personal information about her.
She is the daughter of Sylvia Madoff, a stockbroker, and Ralph Madoff, a plumber.
She came from a Jewish household. Sondra’s grandparents were Polish, Romanian, and Austrian emigrants.
The actual circumstances of the Weiners’ deaths remain unknown, with detectives remaining tight-lipped about how they died and what prompted them to classify the case a murder-suicide.
Sondra and Marvin Wiener’s deaths are being examined as a potential murder-suicide.
As soon as the case progresses, the media may be informed.
Sondra Weiner Along With Her Husband In Apparent Murder Suicide -Death Cause
Sondra Wiener and her husband Marvin Weiner were discovered dead in their own gated community home in Valencia Lakes, just outside of Tampa, on Thursday night, according to sources.
The facts of their deaths and who is suspected of killing the other were not discussed by cops.
The couple’s deaths come just over a year after the death of infamous scammer Bernard Madoff, who died in prison.
Berne, the most prolific Ponzi schemer in US history, died in jail last year at 82, serving a 150-year sentence.
He defrauded investors for up to $65 billion over several decades, and his deception was discovered during the late-2000s Great Recession. Victims have frequently lost their entire life savings.
Victims of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi schemes sued Sondra and other members of the Madoff family in 2010, alleging that they had received monies from the Ponzi scam.