Last Updated on December 16, 2023, 3:14 pm
In a tragic incident, Alina Page, a 35-year-old mother-of-two, lost her life after jumping from the 36th-floor roof of her luxury apartment building in New York City.
The heartbreaking event occurred following a dispute with her husband, Orthopedic surgeon Brian Page. Alina fell from The Brittany, their Upper East Side high-rise, and was found with critical injuries on the sidewalk. Despite efforts to save her, she succumbed to the injuries at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell.
The couple, who had relocated from Temple, Texas, in 2021, lived in a $7,500-a-month apartment. Sources indicate that Alina ran from their residence after the argument. Originally from Russia, Alina and Brian, who have been married since 2007, frequently share their love for New York on social media, featuring delightful family photos, including a Halloween scavenger hunt organized for their children.
The Brittany, known for its upscale amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, landscaped gardens, and a rooftop sundeck with panoramic views, was just blocks away from Gracie Mansion. The building offers a 7,000-square-foot fitness club, indoor swimming pool, and saunas.
This tragic incident follows another recent event where an individual jumped from the Gotham Hotel. Notably, this was the exact location where Playboy model Stephanie Adams and her seven-year-old son had a fatal fall from the 25th floor. Stephanie, amid a custody battle with her ex-husband, pushed her son out of a hotel window before taking her own life.
Both incidents highlight the devastating impact of such events on families and communities. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please reach out to the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or The Samaritans at 212-673-3000 for support.
Officials on social media have not released further details. Thoughts and Condolences to Alina Page’s family and community. Prayers for her. Rest in Peace.
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