Nearly two years after a UBS wealth manager was found dead in her bathtub on New Year’s Eve, a New York court official has filed a wrongful death suit accusing the late Shele Danishefsky Covlin’s estranged husband, a former stock trader, of strangling his wife.

Danishefsky Covlin, 47, worked as a senior vice president at UBS alongside family members in the Danishefsky Wealth Group before she was found dead in her Manhattan home.

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