Search warrants released in October revealed that investigators found a positive pregnancy test in Moynan's home. "Monica being pregnant may have been a factor in the incidents that led up to Monica’s death," the warrants stated.
According to other warrants, Sluss allegedly admitted to pretending to be Moynan, according to WBTV.
Sluss reportedly changed his story about Moynan's whereabouts several times, claiming at one time that she had become addicted to cocaine and runaway, and at others that she was in a drug treatment center, WRAL.com reported.
At the time of Moynan's disappearance, she had a domestic violence protective order against Sluss, ABC11 reported.
Moynan's body has still not been found. In February, the Holly Springs Police Department appealed to the public for help with information about her disappearance.
Anyone with information regarding the case is encouraged to call Detective Mitchell Ham at (919) 567-4702.
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