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I have no sympathy for a  27 yr old  skank....... who was  drunk and  stoned  ......i mean  ffs ....... you should have  grown up by that age  ....although i never  .........i was   bustard   ......  but i am a  guy she is  a  chick  .....we  expect  more   from woman   ....as a  misogynist  .........27 year old  drunk woman is  disgusting  and  terrible  ....only strippers  should be  27 and  drinking .......but hey   i live in my world  ......



Lauren Pazienza pleads guilty to fatally pushing Broadway singing coach Barbara Maier Gustern to her death

  • The Long Island event planner is expected to serve eight years in prison 
  • She has been held at Rikers Island for more than a year
  • Her attorney said she was drunk and high when she fatally shoved Gustern

Long Island event planner Lauren Pazienza pleaded guilty Wednesday to shoving veteran Broadway singing coach Barbara Maier Gustern to her death in an unprovoked attack last year.

Pazienza, 27, attacked the 87-year-old vocal coach last March on a Chelsea sidewalk, forcefully shoving her to the ground.

She is expected to serve eight years for the killing - significantly less time behind bars than the 25-year sentence she risked receiving at trial. She will be formally sentenced on September 29.

Pazienza, who is the heiress to a large cesspool draining empire in Long Island, has been held at Rikers Island for over a year since the apparently motiveless attack. 

Lauren Pazienza pleads guilty to manslaughter charges in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday for pushing Barbara Maier Gustern to her death in an unprovoked attack

Lauren Pazienza pleads guilty to manslaughter charges in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday for pushing Barbara Maier Gustern to her death in an unprovoked attack

Broadway singing coach Barbara Maier Gustern died in a hospital five days after the random shoving attack in March 2022.

Broadway singing coach Barbara Maier Gustern died in a hospital five days after the random shoving attack in March 2022.

Lauren Pazienza parents leaves court after she plead guilty
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Gustern died five days after being admitted with severe head injuries following the shoving.

It was later revealed that Pazienza, who did not know her victim, had run across the street and called the singing coach a b**** before pushing her.

Prior to the apparently random attack, Pazienza had downed several glasses of wine with her fiancé while celebrating 100 days until their wedding. She may also have taken a Xanax.

'She had had drugs, she had maybe two bottles of wine, and a ton of marijuana,' defense attorney Arthur Aidala claimed outside a Manhattan criminal courtroom in June. 

She had been kicked out of Chelsea Park, which was closing, when she stomped across the street and attack Gustern.

Pazienza, who has no prior criminal record, has been represented by Arthur Aidala, who previously represented disgraced film executive Harvey Weinstein during his 2020 Manhattan trial. 

Pazienza's high profile attorney Arthur Aidala (left) and her parents (right)

Pazienza's high profile attorney Arthur Aidala (left) and her parents (right)

Pazienza, who has been held at Rikers since turning herself in last year, will be sentenced on September 29

Pazienza, who has been held at Rikers since turning herself in last year, will be sentenced on September 29

2022: Lauren Pazienza is arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court on manslaughter charges for the shoving death of Barbara Gustern. She was remanded to jail because she was considered a flight risk

2022: Lauren Pazienza is arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court on manslaughter charges for the shoving death of Barbara Gustern. She was remanded to jail because she was considered a flight risk

Female suspect caught on camera after shoving after 87-year-old
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Police issued these images of Pazienza, claiming she was responsible for the attack. She handed herself in two days later

Police issued these images of Pazienza, claiming she was responsible for the attack. She handed herself in two days later

Gustern's grandson AJ (left) said Pazienza is lucky she was able to afford such competent legal counsel

Gustern's grandson AJ (left) said Pazienza is lucky she was able to afford such competent legal counsel 

Pazienza sits tearfully beside her attorney on Wednesday. She has agreed to a plea deal that will put her behind bars for eight year

Pazienza sits tearfully beside her attorney on Wednesday. She has agreed to a plea deal that will put her behind bars for eight year

According to prosecutors, Pazienza's fiancé previously revealed she had consumed 'several glasses of wine' before the attack, while the couple celebrated their engagement. 

When she was told the park was closing, she allegedly became enraged and charged Gustern on the street, shoving the 87-year-old to the ground and calling her a 'b****'. 

She is then said to have watched as an ambulance crew took the frail older woman away with blood seeping from her head.

Pazienza, prosecutors claim, then spent the next two weeks trying to cover her tracks. She quit her job, deleted her social media pages and even stashed her cell phone at her aunt's house in Long Island after fleeing her Astoria apartment, where she lives with her Microsoft-employee fiancé.

After several weeks, she eventually handed herself into the NYPD after the force released footage of her as a suspect in the attack. 

Her former friends said that it came as 'no surprise' to see Pazienza accused of the disturbing crime. 

'What angered me most was seeing that her lawyer said she's overcharged and is a good and moral person. She's not,' one said. 

'I knew her very well at school and she was pure trouble.'

'She had had drugs, she had maybe two bottles of wine, and a ton of marijuana,' defense attorney Arthur Aidala claimed outside a Manhattan criminal courtroom in June

'She had had drugs, she had maybe two bottles of wine, and a ton of marijuana,' defense attorney Arthur Aidala claimed outside a Manhattan criminal courtroom in June

Pazienza, seen on family vacation as a teenager, appears to have lived a life of privilege, and later glamour in New York City's high society before landing behind bars

Pazienza, seen on family vacation as a teenager, appears to have lived a life of privilege, and later glamour in New York City's high society before landing behind bars 

Pazienza is currently jailed on Rikers Island -- but grew up in an affluent family on Long Island and enjoyed Manhattan's high society
She is seen above in photos from her teenage years

Pazienza is currently jailed on Rikers Island - but grew up in an affluent family on Long Island and enjoyed Manhattan's high society. She is seen above in photos from her teenage years

Video reveals NY events planner Lauren Pazienza mocking deaf people
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