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Jeramy Burt Was Having Some Serious Marital Issues When He Vanished

Missing since February 11, 2007

Page last modified on Friday, 05-Nov-2021 15:56:14 EDT


Jeramy Burt

Jeramy Burt

Burt's mistress, Jeannie Braun is considered a person of interest. Apparently, during some of the meetings the two had, Burt recorded her admitting to committing illegal acts under her practice.

Boise, Idaho - Burt was having some serious marital issues at the time of his disappearance in US.

Burt was in the process of divorcing his wife and mother of his only child, after he was caught cheating on her with his attorney, Jeannie Braun. However, close family members, his ex-wife included, do not believe he ran away from his problems.

Every friend and family member stated Burt simply loved and cherished his young daughter too much to simply abandon her and never make contact with her ever again. It was also believed that he was dealing with his marital turmoil in an appropriate and mature manner.

However, on the night of his disappearance, Burt's wife received a text message from her husband's phone that stated he would be starting a fresh new life and was going to disappear. It was shortly after receiving the message, that the wife realized her husband had taken her car rather than his own.

The car was found burned in the middle of the desert miles and miles away from the residents he shared with his wife. No further clues were discovered when searching the car.

Burt's mistress, Jeannie Braun is considered a person of interest. Apparently, during some of the meetings the two had, Burt recorded her admitting to committing illegal acts under her practice.

The family believes Burt's disappearance is a matter of foul play, but there are still several people that believe Burt did indeed abandon his old life.

Any update on this case, please contact us at fileupdate@unsolvedcasefiles.ca.

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