The Hartford Courant have reported a new development in the death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert. It has now been revealed that Herbert‘s Stafford Springs, CT home was in foreclosure at the time of his death.
This past June, several months prior to his death in October, the Freedom Mortgage Corporation filed a foreclosure notice on the home alleging that Herbert hadn’t paid back the $132,554 mortgage loan on the home which he and his wife Elizabeth had purchased in 2013 for $135,000.
The records state that Herbert did not contest the foreclosure and failed to appear in court this past September to do so, allowing the bank to move ahead via a default motion.
The company are now seeking to be granted a strict foreclosure on the properly and take immediate possession of it. Police found Herbert‘s body in a pond on the property on October 16th after he was reported missing by his wife.
His death is currently being investigated by the State Police Eastern District Crime Squad as suspicious with his cause of death being listed as ‘undetermined’ pending any new information via the investigation.
According to his widow Elizabeth, Oli had been self-medicating for ‘manic depression’ and had traces of anti-depressants and a sleeping aid in his system as per a toxicology report.
A group of fans and friends of Oli have been compiling what they claim is evidence of suspicious circumstances surrounding Oli‘s death, sharing their findings on the Facebook Group ‘Justice For Oli Herbert‘.
Reposted edited by Skeedog.com.. Third-party Images or video’s and descriptions or trademarks are the property of their respective owners..