Thursday, February 2, 2023
Thursday, February 2, 2023

    NYC events planner, 26, who ‘shoved Broadway singing coach, 87, to her death’ appears in court and faces 25 years in jail for manslaughter: She is held without bail over flight risk fears

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    A New York City event planner accused of shoving an 87-year-old Broadway vocal coach to her death is being held without bail for being a ‘flight risk, Your Content has learned.

    Lauren Pazienza, 26, was ordered by a judge in Manhattan Supreme Court Tuesday to be held without bail because she was considered a flight risk.

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    Pazienza is accused of shoving Barbara Gustern, 87, a Broadway vocal coach on a NYC sidewalk in March which resulted in her death.

    Pazienza was charged with one count of first degree manslaughter and two counts of second degree assault – She faces 25 years in jail if convicted.

    Pazienza allegedly shoved Gustern and called her a ‘b***h’ and shoved her from behind in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood,‘according to NBC News.

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