Australian police link millionaire's murder to sex sites
Australian multimillionaire Herman Rockefeller met his alleged killers through an internet sex site, dpa reported.
Melbourne's Herald Sun said police will allege that the 51-year-old property developer and company director led a double life that he managed by maintaining five mobile phone accounts.
Rockefeller, who counted New Zealand Prime Minister John Key among his friends, went missing January 21 after arriving at Melbourne airport following a business trip.
Police initially said the missing-person case was one of the most baffling they had investigated because his disappearance was so out of character.
Last week Bernadette Denny, 41, and Mario Schembri, 57, were arrested and charged with murdering the Harvard-educated Rockefeller and disposing of his body.
They are alleged to have met Rockefeller through a swingers' network.
Police found burnt human remains buried in the garden of Denny's house. Schembri, a used-car salesman, had once lived next door.
Rockefeller's family appeared stunned at the revelations.
"While there will be ongoing interest in this matter, the family will try to come to terms with what has happened and grieve in private," brother Robert Rockefeller said.
His wife Victoria said after his disappearance that she could not explain why he would have left the airport in his car but not arrived home.
"We have no idea at all," she said when appealing for the public to help locate her husband. "He's level-headed, the business is going well and he's a real family man. It's absolutely out of character."