Daniela Troconis Biography
Daniela Troconis is the girlfriend of Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos. She is a CEO and an entrepreneurial inventor who helped launch a ritzy world-renowned ski resort in Argentina.
Daniela Troconis Education
Daniela has a Bachelor’s degree in Mental Retardation and learning difficulties which she earned from the University Institute AVEPANE. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in General Psychology from the Central University of Venezuela.
Daniela Troconis Sister
Daniela and her a sister known as Daniela Troconis invented “Seal” shoe protectors, designed to keep snow, rain and mud off of footwear. They operated a company and distributed the shoes out of Miami.
Michelle Troconis in more carefree days, with her sister Daniela. pic.twitter.com/7vYy0Wv5xT
— Victoria Balfour (@VickiBalfour) June 3, 2019
Daniela Troconis Career
Daniela is the Event Coordinator at Outsourced Marketing Group a position she has held from January 2015. She began her career in January 2000 as a public relation at Ghantoot Racing & Polo Club a position she held in October 2003.
In February 2001 she became a Therapeutic Riding Instructor and manager at RDAD Therapeutic Riding Center until October 2003.
In 2003 she joined Cerro Castor SA, as a marketing director, public relation. During the initial setup of the company, she participated in organizing and setting up the Marketing Department in conjunction with the CEO, as well as preparing the required job descriptions for different departments such as Human Resources, Press and media.
Daniela Troconis ESPN
In June 2004 Daniela joined ESPN as a host and producer. She coordinated and produced a TV show called “Snow Time”. The show included the logistic of sending a team (producer, cameraman, and Correspondent) to cover all the ski resorts of Chile and Argentina during the winter season from June up to October.
Daniela Troconis Boyfriend (Fotis Dulos)
Daniela and Fotis Dulos began dating a year before Jennifer Dulos filed for divorce. According to court documents, Jeniffer said her husband used to refer to Troconis as his “paramour.”
According to divorce papers, Troconis has “significant ties to Argentina” as her child lives there and the father of her child owns a ski resort there. Jennifer said that in the past her husband made references “to disappearing to a ski resort, ‘where everyone wears masks every day and are indistinguishable from one another’.”
Daniela Troconis Arrest
Daniela together with Fotis was arrested on Saturday in connection with the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos. They were charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and first-degree hindering prosecution. The two were arrested in an Avon hotel and were charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution. According to court documents, the evidence against them includes “multiple stains on the garage floor which tested positive for human blood” at Jennifer’s New Canaan home. The document continues to say that there were “multiple areas of blood splatter” — and “evidence of attempts to clean the crime scene.”
Together with Fotis, they were believed to have driven along a nearby highway the day Jeniffer disappeared and stopping more than 30 times
They are believed to have driven in his black Ford Raptor pickup truck about 4 miles along Albany Avenue near their mansion in Farmington some 70 miles away from New Canaan the day that Jennifer disappeared.
According to court documents, Fotis’ cellphone records and area surveillance footage indicate that he stopped “at over 30 locations.”
The court document says that a man matching Foti’s description was in a truck matching Fotis’s description. He is said to have left the vehicle during stops and placing multiple garbage bags into various trash receptacles. His passenger who is believed to be Tronconis would lean out of the truck and was seen “either placing something on the ground or picking up an item.”
Testing showed that “numerous items recovered from trash receptacles” were “found to contain Jennifer Dulos’ blood.”
The two were arraigned in Norwalk Superior Court on June 3, 2019, and held on $500,000 bond.