By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
NEW HAVEN — Family members of missing Waterbury man William “Billy” Smolinski Jr. denied claims they harassed or threatened anyone, and said they put up posters about Smolinski solely to try to find him, during testimony Monday.
Madeleine Gleason of Woodbridge, who dated Smolinski until they broke up just prior to his disappearance, sued his mother, Janice Smolinski of Cheshire, and his sister, Paula Bell, in 2006.
The lawsuit claims the defendants falsely accused Gleason of involvement in Billy’s disappearance and have defamed her, and she is seeking monetary damages.
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