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Wife of Baseball Star Hires Vito Colucci

Is a New York Mets player really a Dodger?

Bobby Bonilla, former NY Mets player, and his wife are in a heated divorce settlement with millions of dollars on the line.   The ex-wife, Millie, is holding out that Bobby has hidden several million dollars of his assets so that he doesn’t have to comply with the court order of their divorce judgement.  Seems like he is dodging the orders of the court by not turning in numerous documents which the court demands.

Millie Bonilla has hired famed private investigator, Vito Colucci, to help locate Bobby’s alleged hidden assets that he denies owning.

The New York Post is reporting that in 2011 Bobby Bonilla will be collecting deferred compensation from the Mets, and Millie is entitled to 50% according to the divorce judgement.  The Bonillas also own several properties which were awarded to Millie in the decree.

Will Millie Bonilla recieve her awarded share?  Vito Colucci and his staff will be working diligently to find the truth, the truth about what Bobby Bonilla has and where he has it hidden!  This is a story to watch!

Vito Colucci is a regular commentator on various news programs including: Fox News MSNBC, Catherine Crier/Court TV, Star Jones, Glenn Beck, Nancy Grace, Larry King, CNN Headline News, and The Bill O’Reilly Show, as well as being a featured speaker at the first World Investigator’s Conference in LasVegas in 2005.

Colucci Investigations has a staff of six investigators with various criminal justice backgrounds. Vito is also co-owner of The Spy’s the Limit Inc.

Vito is a part of several new projects including Crime Wire along with a few former Costa Ivone injury attorneys and law enforcement officer and author, Denny Griffin, and family violence expert, strategist and author, Susan Murphy Milano.  Vito Colucci is also busy working on a new forensic crime-solving series, “Bloodwork,” which will air on cable TV, either on the A&E Network or another A&E channel, Crime & Investigation Network, in the fall.

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