Lois Goodman: Tennis Ref's Daughter Calls Affair Accusations 'Completely Made Up'

The family of Lois Goodman, the U.S. Open tennis referee charged with killing her husband with a coffee cup, has denied that she was having an affair at the time of his death, calling the accusation "completely made up." After Goodman passed a polygraph test organized by her attorneys and administered by retired FBI agent Jack Trimarco, her daughter told ABC News that accusations made by investigators that Goldman was having an affair are false. "There was no affair. It was completely made...Full Story
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