Claus von Bulow, accused of murdering heiress wife, dies at 92

CLAUS VON BULOW has died at the age of 92. Above, a photo taken on April 13, 1985 in Providence showing the British socialite, who was accused of the attempted murder of his wife Sunny von Blow in 1979, during a press conference. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
CLAUS VON BULOW has died at the age of 92. Above, a photo taken on April 13, 1985 in Providence showing the British socialite, who was accused of the attempted murder of his wife Sunny von Blow in 1979, during a press conference. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
NEW YORK – Claus von Bulow, the Danish-born socialite who avoided a 30-year prison sentence in the 1980s after he was retried and acquitted of attempting to murder his wealthy wife with insulin injections, has died. He was 92. He died on Saturday at his home in London, the New York Times reported, citing Riccardo…

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