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Jennifer Hromadka Shot Down Raymond Clark III Cheating Rumors on Web Site

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Jennifer Hromadka and Raymond Clark III.

NEW YORK (CBS) Jennifer Hromadka, fiancée of Raymond Clark III, shot down "rumors" that Clark was having an affair with another woman at the Yale Animal Research Clinic (YARC), where he and murder victim Annie Le worked. Clark has been named as a "person of interest" by the New Haven Police Department in the murder of the 24-year-old graduate student whose body found behind a wall at the clinic.

Photos: Yale Murder "Person of Interest"
Photos: Raymond Clark & Fiancée in Love
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Photos: Student Found Dead on Wedding Day

According to the couple's listing on a wedding Web site, the two are to be married on Dec. 20, 2011. Neighbors said that Hromadka, 23, was seen moving things out of the Middletown, Conn. apartment on Monday, Sept. 14 and brought take-out food into the building the next day, according to CBS affiliate WFSB Hartford.

In a May 15, 2008 MySpace blog post which has since been taken down, Hromadka wrote that Ray "has no interest in any of the other girls at YARC as anything more than friends."

She went on to say that her fiancé "is a bit naïve, doesn't always use the best judgment, definitely is not the best judge of character but, he is a good guy."

"He has a big heart and tries to see the best in people ALL THE TIME! even when everyone else is telling him that the person is a psycho or that the person can't be trusted," she blogged on the social networking site.

"He thinks everyone deserves a second chance. and has a hard time hurting peoples feelings and it takes him getting burned to learn," Hromadka wrote.

Hromadka continued to blast rumors of a "fling" and say that the reason she and Clark were not living together at the time was for "financial reasons."

"We are not broken up nor where [sic] we," she wrote.

"Obviously the people that are creating these rumors must need to get a hobby!!" she posted.

Clark was taken into police custody Sept 15, but not charged. He has since been released as police say he is complying with their investigation.

Le went missing Sept. 8, 2009, five days before her wedding. Her body was found on the day she was to wed.

Photos: Yale Murder "Person of Interest"
Photos: Raymond Clark & Fiancée in Love
Photos: Yale Holds Vigil for Slain Student
Photos: Student Found Dead on Wedding Day

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