"I would be lying to you if I told you I didn't have a very good life," Fotis Dulos told NBC's Dateline before his arrest last week. "I had a beautiful life, I was with someone I was completely in love with, Michelle. And divorce was the only thing that wasn't positive in my life and I couldn't wait to end."
"But right now, my life is a mess and I absolutely had no desire or interest to be in this mess," he said.
His friend, Michelle Troconis, told police he cleaned the vehicle days later "because Jennifer's body was there at some point," according to a 38-page order.
He was arrested again Wednesday and charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, according to the warrant. This is in addition to the previous charges in the case. He continually denies any connection to the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos. He and Troconis were arrested in June and charged with tampering with or tampering with physical evidence after an arrest warrant said Jennifer Dulos' home had found "(m) end zones of suspected blood" at Jennifer Doolos's home.
Her body was not found.
Fotis Dulos and Troconis pleaded not guilty to the earlier charges and were released on bond, surrendered their passports and forced to wear GPS monitoring devices. Fotis Dulos issued a $ 500,000 bail on the new charge and is scheduled to return to court Thursday.
"Never, never, never violent"
In an interview with NBC, Fotis Dulos was asked about one of Jennifer Dulos's court files, where she said "he scares me … his sense of revenge. "
"There has never, never, never been violence, abuse in any way whatsoever," he replied. "Jennifer and I don't even argue all these years."
They just split, he said.
"I don't blame her or me. It's just happening and it's happening all the time."
And it should have been a nice divorce, he added.
Prior to the arrest of Fotis Dulos in June, investigators found stains that tested positive for human blood on the mother of a garage of five, said the arrest warrant and evidence of attempts to clean up the site of what investigators concluded was " serious physical assault … and Jennifer Dulos is the suspected victim. "
On the day she disappeared, surveillance cameras filmed someone matching the description of her estranged husband getting out of a truck and placing" multiple garage bags in various junk containers "in the Hartford area The detectives later recovered Jennifer Dulos' garbage and household goods from garbage cans on them.
In an interview with NBC, Fotis Dulos stated that he believed his wife was still alive.  "I wish she was here to resolve this mess," he said. "And I still hope she will also appear. "
He also stated that he did not owe $ 2 million to his estranged spouse's family, despite a lawsuit against them against him.