Rachael Sukhdeo has publicly named a suspect whom she believes is responsible for the deaths of her husband, multi-millionaire real estate and car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo and her brother Phillip Bassant.
Her allegation is now being investigated by the police.
Rachael Sukdeo says she is okay and is not dead as people are suggesting.
Sukdeo, who had made national news last year following a police investigation into claims that she was physically abused, has been the subject of fresh claims on Monday that she had been physically abused and even killed.
The allegations had spread so widely on social media Monday morning, Sukdeo took to Facebook to clear the air.
Two days after the assault charges against her husband Sheron were dropped, Rachael Sukhdeo is opening up about why she chose not to pursue further legalaction against him and why she has decided to rebuild a life with the millionaire car dealer.
In a candid Facebook post, Rachael goes to lengths to reply to those who have criticised her decision, giving details about how she and Sheron grew together, the hardships they endured, the fights that eventually led to his arrest and the efforts they have been making to ensure that they live a happier life today.
The wife of Chaguanas businessman Sheron Sukhdeo has been granted a three-year protection order against him.
Rachael Sukhdeo appeared at the Chaguanas Second Court this afternoon where she was granted the order, effective today.
Under the conditions of the order are, Sheron Sukhdeo cannot go within 100 metres of Rachael Sukhdeo, he cannot physically or verbally abuse her, and he is also barred from seeing his two children.