Dulos’ defense attorney filed a motioned for Farber to undergo a psychological evaluation.
In court documents, Farber, who has been caring for the Dulos’ five children since Jennifer went missing back on May 24, stated that she has no objections.
However, she requested that her son-in-law be evaluated as well.
Farber went on to say that the motion is “salacious” and demonstrates Dulos’ capacity for cruelty.
“… the defendant’s motion is intended to be salacious and again demonstrated his capacity for cruelty, inability to abide by Court orders and his efforts to publically shame Mrs. Farber as he did to his wife in the context of the earlier divorce proceedings,” the document read in part.
She further added that his request is “making a distorted, self-serving reference to a private, health-related issue that was resolved many years ago, as the defendant is well aware.”
She claimed that his actions were made to shame her and those with mental health issues.
Dulos and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, are facing charges in connection to the disappearance.