Manhattan, New York – A woman tragically fell to her death from a luxury apartment building on the Upper East Side after a heated argument with her husband, sources report. The incident occurred on Thursday night at The Brittany, an upscale residential complex, and law enforcement sources indicate that the argument revolved around the woman’s alcohol consumption.
According to insiders, Alina Page, 35, jumped from the 36th floor of the building following the confrontation with her husband. However, Brian Page, Alina’s husband, claimed that he was not present at the time of the incident. While he declined to comment on the alleged argument, he expressed his devastation over the loss of his wife, referring to her as his soulmate and the love of his life.
Alina, a mother of two, was found with injuries consistent with a fall at the intersection of York Avenue and East 92nd Street at around 6:45 p.m. She was immediately rushed to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell hospital in critical condition but unfortunately succumbed to her injuries.
The Pages were residents of The Brittany, a luxury building. Multiple sources confirm that the couple and their children were part of a larger family residing in the building.
Originally from Russia, Alina was known for sharing frequent Facebook posts featuring her smiling alongside her two young children. The couple was only 11 days away from celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary.
Although the police have yet to classify Alina’s fall as a suicide, residents of The Brittany have pointed out the extensive safety measures in the building to prevent accidental falls. One resident mentioned the height of the roof railing, which is at least 4 feet tall, and the windows that are designed to open only slightly, ensuring child safety.
This tragic incident has left many in shock, and while the police investigation continues, there are no conclusive findings regarding the circumstances of Alina Page’s fall from The Brittany. The building’s safety measures and the couple’s connections to a larger family living in the complex further add to the complexity of this heartrending event.