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Jennifer Hagel Smith, Widow of Missing George Smith Now Blames Pills and Alcohol for Disappearance

Jennifer Hagel Smith, the widow of missing and presumed dead George Smith who went missing in July of 2005 aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship now states that he was taking prescription drugs and alcohol the night he went missing. After all this time, this now becomes Jennifer Hagel Smith’s story as she all but takes the side of the cruise lines. Hegel Smith and Royal Caribbean had reached a monetary settlement in 2006.

The widow of a Greenwich man who disappeared during their honeymoon cruise three years ago says her husband mixed alcohol with prescription drugs the night he vanished.

The widow, Jennifer Hagel Smith, says her husband’s family has refused to acknowledge the possibility that George Smith’s intoxication from alcohol and prescription drugs may have been a factor in an accidental death.

Instead, Hagel Smith accused Smith’s family or their representatives of describing a crime scene in the cabin of the ship that didn’t exist.

Jennifer Hagel Smith, Widow of Missing George Smith Says He Mixed Alcohol & Prescription Drugs the Night He Went Missing

July 19th, 2008 at 04:29pm Posted by | George Allen Smith IV, Missing, Missing Adult | 3 comments

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  1. How does Jennifer Smith know her husband took drugs along with alcohol? She was so damn drunk she spent the night elsewhere……..sleeping around. It appear when she drink she loved men.

    Comment by Lewis Austin | August 19, 2008

  2. She got a million for being drunk all night and sleeping around?

    Comment by Leweis Austin | August 19, 2008

  3. My theory is that after a nasty drunken spat with his wife, George spent the rest of the evening getting drunker with a male “couple” that was hanging around. They probably were impressed by handsome George who was a muscular 6’4″ with massive pecs, shoulders, and arms. They were able to seduce him. When they went back to his unoccupied room for sex, George was too drunk to perform and they left him to dry out. One of the guys stated George gave him a good night “kiss.” George must have later stumbled out to the balcony for air and fell over rail. Dazed and with a bloody head wound he rolled off the overhang into the ocean.

    Comment by Professor Moriarty | November 14, 2011

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