Bob Bashara's own alleged double life continues to draw scrutiny, and includes allegations he was involved with a secret S&M sex room below a bar that he owned called the Hard Luck Lounge.
Earlier this week a Detroit dominatrix named Lady Geanna told WXYZ-TV that Bashara hosted S&M sex parties in a basement below a bar he owned.
"Several of my clients or slaves have called me today. Since this has come out I've had like over 20 phone calls. They are all people who have been to his parties and asked if I was involved with them," she said Friday.
The clients are apparently worried their identities could be revealed.
"Some of them were worried there might have been hidden cameras, things like that," she said.
Geanna claims Bashara was a "master," meaning he would take charge during S&M sessions. The local dominatrix said Bashara reached out to her after seeing her ads in a local paper.
Bashara has also repeatedly denied having an affair with a woman named Rachel Gillette, who has spoken to police about her involvement with Bashara. Jane Bashara reportedly found out about the affair weeks before her death. He refused to discuss the alleged affair or his lifestyle with "GMA."
"I'm not going to comment on that, because it has nothing to do with the case," Bashara said.
Bashara's attorney David Griem, however, wasn't so quick to deny Bashara's affair with Gillette.
"The term 'open marriage' comes to mind," Griem told ABC News. "My belief is that it was an open marriage. Let me say that."
Bashara said that no matter what happens with the investigation he will be fighting any allegations that are leveled against him until the end.
"I did nothing wrong. I didn't commit murder," Bashara said. "I didn't pay to have my wife killed. I'm going to see this through to the end. And I'm innocent. And all the badgering, and all the bad words, and all the negativity, I'm going to have to live through."