'Fatal Attraction Killer' Carolyn Warmus Freed After 27 Years in Prison
It was called the "Fatal Attraction" murder, grabbing headlines in New York. Now, the woman convicted of killing her lover's wife is free after 27 years behind bars. In 1992, Carolyn Warmus was found guilty of second-degree murder for the 1989 killing of Betty Jeanne Solomon. Investigators say Warmus was obsessed with the victim's husband, Paul. The case drew comparisons to the 1987 movie starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.