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Defiant killer Natavia Lowery blew kisses at her family at a court appearance yesterday for throwing human waste at a jail guard. Lowery, 28, and co-defendant Valeria Vincent were indicted by a Bronx grand jury for tossing excrement at a Rikers
A personal assistant was poised to learn her punishment after being convicted of murdering her boss, a punk-rock manager turned high-powered real estate broker, in a vicious beating at the victim's New York City Fifth Avenue penthouse.
The stepfather of a personal assistant convicted of murdering her former punk-rock-pioneer boss is facing a contempt charge after making an outburst in New York City court. Daniel Walsh was awaiting arraignment Monday on a criminal contempt charge.
Manhattan jurors reached the verdict Tuesday against Natavia Lowery after less than a day of deliberations...Lowery had confessed on videotape to the 2007 bludgeoning death of 62-year-old Linda Stein, but later said the confession was false.
The prosecutor, Joan Illuzzi-Orbon, said during her summation that murder was the only way out for Ms. Lowery, 28, after her boss, Linda Stein , 62, who had managed the Ramones and was a real estate agent for celebrities, found out that Ms...Illuzzi-
Nearly a month into the trial of Linda Stein's accused killer, jurors finally heard details of how the 62-year-old real estate broker to the stars was killed. Stein's attacker beat her 24 times, continuing even after she was lying paralyzed and
Lowery, 28, who is charged with murder and grand larceny in the October 2007 killing, alternates between matter-of-fact responses and tears. She is questioned by Joan Illuzzi-Orbon, an assistant district attorney now prosecuting the case in Manhattan.
Natavia Lowery broke down just before dawn in a Lower East Side precinct, after detectives told her that security footage disproved her story about a masked intruder clad in black. "I want to die here," Ms. Lowery began her written confession of the
Natavia Lowery had a close and troubled relationship with her boss Linda Stein. That's according to the testimony of Stein's coworkers at Prudential Douglas Elliman's top brokers...Lowery had said, "We're going to have to put an end to this," when
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member testified at Natavia Lowery's trial Thursday that he spoke briefly to his former spouse, Linda Stein, at 10:16 a.m. on Oct. 30, 2007. He said when he called Stein again six hours later, Lowery answered and said