The widower of 1980s pop star Iveta Bartošová is suspected of complicity in her suicide, the TV station Prima reported on Tuesday evening, quoting a state attorney. Josef Rychtář could face up to three years in jail if found guilty of the charge. Bartošová, who was 48, threw herself under a train on the outskirts of Prague on Tuesday last week. In recent years her career had been in decline and she was a staple of the Czech tabloid media.
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