|04-06-2014, 11:45 AM||#51|
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The Star's Tim Evans and Mark Alesia reveal more troubling details with Colts' owner Jim Irsay's long addiction to prescription drugs. A 42-year old woman, Kimberly Wundrum, who had a long history of prescription drug absuse, died in March.
Wundrum had been arrested twice in the seven months prior to her death on drug-related charges. She was arrested in Miami County, Ohio last August for driving while under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of non-prescribed Vicodin pills and crushed, non-prescribed Adderal. In January, she was arrested in Boone County for driving while under the influence after she nearly struck a police car while driving the wrong way on I-65. Wundrum was once married to a Florida attorney who pleaded guilty in 1997 to federal tax charges for failing to report $364,000 in transactions with a drug dealer. The two were divorced in 2002 and he died in 2005 of a drug overdose.
During the investigation of Wundrum's death, police found photos of Irsay in her home. The Star learned that three homes listed by Wundrum in arrest records as addresses where she was living were homes that had been owned by 2009 Blue Trust, a real estate entity connected to the Colts organization
The three homes were administered by Colts executives according to the Star. The Colts CFO, Pete Ward, said they pertained to Irsay's personal life and would be "inappropriate for me to comment."