IT WASN'T SEX. Cops in Aruba now believe an aging lothario took out a whopping insurance policy on his pretty blonde playmate so he could collect. Gary Giordano, 51, and widely suspected to be the culprit behind the disappearance of pretty blonde Maryland dental assistant Robyn Gardner took out a $1.5 million accidental death policy on his gal pal. Giordano opted for pricey American Express insurance instead of a cheaper policy. The insurance money and a story full of more holes than a slice of Swiss cheese have kept him behind bars.
The FBI are assisting the Caribbean cops. Gardner disappeared Aug. 2, when she was allegedly pulled out to sea by strong currents while snorkeling, Giordano told cops. Her body has not been found. The twosome had been dating for several months behind the back of her other boyfriend. On the day she disappeared, surveillance video shows Giordano and Gardner together, and witnesses say she seemed woozy. SUSPECT BOUGHT BIG POLICY ON ROBYN GARDNER