the Colorado dentist Court papers revealed that he was accused of fatally poisoning his wife, so he could be with his mistress, who filed for bankruptcy three years ago despite earning nearly $800,000 in 2018.
James Craig, 45, was on the verge of financial collapse when he filed for Chapter 11 for himself and his business in 2020, according to Fox News Digital documents obtained from US Bankruptcy Court in Colorado County.
Craig was charged with first-degree murder on March 19 for allegedly spiked 43-year-old Angela Craig’s protein with cyanide and arsenic, which led to the death of the mother of six. She was removed from life support on March 18.
Despite earning $778,000 in 2018, Craig has racked up $2.2 million in debt as his practice, Summberbrook Dental Group, bled out $120,000 a year, Deposits appear.
Craig’s personal bankruptcy case wrapped up in July while his firm’s Chapter 11 filing was nearing completion with a final report released on March 1 — five days early. Angela got sick at first of a pre-workout shake he allegedly prepared for her at their home in Aurora, Colorado.
In 2019, Craig funneled nearly $1.3 million in gold xtroptions into his struggling practice, but Cryptocurrency I lost over $300,000 in value before the year was out. The value of the currency continued to decline.
Craig allegedly entered into another ill-advised get-rich-quick scheme in 2019, according to the Daily Mail.
A federal criminal complaint against James Wolfgram in Utah in January 2022 lists JC as a victim who was stripped of more than $600,000.
The Daily Mail identified the complainant as James Craig, who bought three Bitex crypto miners from Wolfgramm for $674,998, which he thought would earn him $40,000 a month.
But the complaint says that Wolfgram did not send Craig the high-powered computers.
It was Craig’s desire to be with his orthodontist mistress that drove him kill his wife, According to the police.
Angela’s brother, Mark Bray, told Fox News Digital in a statement that the entire family is “heartbroken.”
“She was very much loved by both the Bray and Craig families, and this is a very difficult time for all of us,” he said. “we Thank God We knew we would be able to reunite with her one day.”