Giordano, 51, was arrested at the Aruba
Giordano, 51, was arrested at the louis vuitton outlet store Aruba airport in August 2011, several days after reporting her missing. He has said Gardner, a Frederick woman he met on an adult social networking site, was swept out to sea as the two were snorkeling off the southern tip of Aruba – a claim contested by her family. Giordano was jailed until late November, when a judge said prosecutors didn't have enough evidence to continue holding him. He has since returned home to Gaithersburg, in suburban Washington. The travel insurance policy, which covered both Giordano and Gardner, caught the attention of Aruban investigators trying to build a criminal case. Gardner's policy listed Giordano as her sole cheap louis vuitton handbags beneficiary; Giordano designated his mother as his sole beneficiary. Two days after reporting her missing, Giordano began "to make inquiries about the accidental death and dismemberment portion of the policy on the life of Ms. Gardner," according to the lawsuit. He asked a representative whether the company had received forms that he had earlier mailed and faxed in, and asked whether the original copies he had would also be acceptable, the lawsuit says. Giordano has said he routinely takes out insurance when he travels and that louis vuitton outlet he inquired about the insurance on the advice of his former lawyer.