Lauren Pazienza: 5 Top Facts about suspect that killed 87-year-old singing coach

Lauren Pazienza
Lauren Pazienza

Lauren Pazienza is the event organizer accused of pushing an 87-year-elderly person in what the future held was an arbitrary assault on a New York City walkway.

As indicated by ABC7, Pazienza, 26, of Port Jefferson, handed herself over at the tenth Precinct on March 22, 2022. She was accused of homicide.

Barbara Maier Gustern, 87, a voice coach and performer, died. According to The New York Daily News, Gustern coached Blondie singer Debbie Harry and a Broadway cast of “Oklahoma.”

Lauren Pazienza: 5 Top Facts about suspect that killed 87-year-old singing coach

1. Police Accuse Pazienza of Shoving Gustern From Behind After Cursing at Her

Police say Pazienza pushed Gustern to the ground, as indicated by ABC6. She experienced a head injury and kicked the bucket from it five days after the fact. The assault happened March 10, 2022, at 8:30 p.m., NBC New York announced.

The TV channel announced that police trust Pazienza “reviled” at Gustern, went across the road to push her, and afterward left.

Gustern’s head struck the asphalt. Gustern was cognizant sufficiently long to say that she was struck “as hard as she had at any point been hit in her life,” NBC New York announced.

As indicated by Daily Mail, the suspect considered Gustern a “b****” during the assault.

2. Pazienza Is Accused of Deleting Her Social Media & ‘Trying to Evade Capture for Weeks,’ Even Quitting Her Job

As indicated by Erica Byfield, an NBC New York correspondent, police say Pazienza “reviled at and afterward pushed an 87-year lady to the ground.

Barbara Gustern later kicked the bucket. Criminal investigators say she attempted to sidestep catch for a really long time: quit her place of employment, reserved her mobile phone, erased her web-based entertainment and hung out at her folks’ home on LI.”

Day to day Mail announced that investigators blame Pazienza for erasing a site for her forthcoming wedding and leaving her place of employment at a Chelsea store.

3. Pazienza Has Held a Variety of Marketing & Communications Jobs

A reserve of a now-erased LinkedIn page for Pazienza, says she has worked in an assortment of advertising, and correspondences occupations, for an extravagance merchandise and adornments organization, where she was showcasing and occasions facilitator, and a wine and spirits organization, where she functioned as a promoting partner.

She was additionally a preparation and advertising understudy for Nickelodeon Consumer Product for Viacom, and a host and server for different eatery gatherings.

In 2014, she functioned as an instructor at Stony Brook School Summer Camp, and she was a collaborator and understudy for Spring Fashion Week for Shades of Gray. She functioned as a volunteer for an establishment that runs a recreation area and safeguard.

4. Pazienza’s Parents Were in Court

According to Daily Mail, Pazienza’s parents, Daniel and Caroline, “appeared somber leaving court and did not answer questions from reporters.”

Daily Mail announced that police got a tip that Pazienza was “hanging out” at her folks’ home, however, her dad “guaranteed that she was not at home and didn’t agree to an inquiry of the property.”

5. Pazienza’s Lawyer Says There Is No Proof She Pushed the Victim

According to Daily Mail, Pazienza’s lawyer has pushed back at the claims.

“What they have is a photo of someone who looks like my client getting on the subway.

This attack did not happen on the subway,” said lawyer Arthur Aidala, described by Daily Mail as “a high-powered defense attorney who has previously represented Rudolph Giuliani, Harvey Weinstein, and Roger Ailes.”


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