Crouch was suffocated by Charalambos “Babis” Anagnostopoulos, 33, on May 11 as their 1-year-old daughter, Lydia, lay nearby.
New revelations from a secret testimony given by the couple’s mental health advisor Helen Mylonopoulou show that Crouch suspected her husband was having an affair with an ancient flame, the US Sun reported, citing the Greek newspaper IN.
Mylonopoulou provided a detailed account of his sessions with the young woman, who discussed his relationship with Anagnostopoulos, recounted his suspicions of other women in his life and described how manipulative he was, according to the report.
The advisor said the couple had a strained relationship and that Crouch suspected there was another woman in her husband’s life, the US Sun reported, citing reports from ALPHA.
“In January, Caroline began to suspect that her husband might have returned to one of the women he knew before their marriage,” she said. “She knew there were two women from his work that he had had a relationship with before. “
Crouch’s sessions with Mylonopoulou began in November 2020, after Anagnostopoulos called her and claimed his wife was suffering from postpartum depression, according to the report.
But the advisor pointed out that Crouch told her the real problem was that she wanted to leave her house.
“She couldn’t stand how manipulative he was anymore. She lived under his full control 24 hours a day. She was locked in the house, she couldn’t go anywhere without his permission and when he had to go out he always called the same taxi that a friend of his had, ”reportedly said Mylonopoulou.
She also said the pilot installed a device on his cell phone to check the whereabouts of his wife, whom he cut off from her friends.
Mylonopoulou added that Anagnostopoulos claimed to be “overwhelmed” by the grief of his late wife during a visit in early June.
She also said she received death threats.
“They called me and asked me if I had testified to the police about what Caroline was saying during the sessions,” she said. “A few days later, I received threatening phone calls from a stranger threatening to kill me, saying, ‘You will pay me.’ “
Crouch’s grieving father David, 78, reportedly said he wished he had known that his Greek son-in-law was going to confess to his murder – so he could ‘blow himself up with his head down right now’.
Anagnostopoulos had hugged his late wife’s family at a memorial while maintaining that the young mother was murdered in front of their baby girl by a team of invaders in Athens.
Police on hold picked him up immediately after the memorial – and he allegedly confessed to being the killer, police said.