Mom Of Two Fought With Husband Over Alcohol Consumption Before Plunging From Roof Of Luxury NYC Building: Sources

Wagswoofs – According to sources, the woman who fell from a luxury Upper East Side apartment building on Thursday had a heated argument with her spouse right before she tragically jumped. However, the husband, who is said to be devastated, claims that he wasn’t even home at the time.

According to law enforcement sources, Alina Page, a 35-year-old woman, leaped from the roof of The Brittany, a 36-story building, after her spouse confronted her about her drinking habits.

Brian Page, the husband, mentioned that he was not present during the unfortunate incident but chose not to provide any details concerning the possibility of a fight.

In a heart-wrenching interview with The Post, the devastated husband expressed his profound grief, describing his late wife as the love of his life and his soulmate. The loss has left him shattered and devastated.

Around 6:45 p.m., the authorities discovered the mother of two with injuries that were consistent with a fall at the intersection of York Avenue and East 92nd Street.

Page was in critical condition and rushed to the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell. Unfortunately, she later succumbed to her injuries.

Multiple sources have confirmed that she resided in the upscale building. The building offers exclusive amenities such as a private shuttle service to the subway, which operates every 30 minutes. She shared her living space with her “big family.”

Originally from Russia, Page frequently shared images on Facebook that depicted her smiling ear-to-ear alongside her two young children.

Just 11 days away from celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary, she and her husband were filled with anticipation and excitement.

According to residents, the building where Page fell from has implemented extensive safety measures to prevent accidental falls. Although the police have not officially classified Page’s plunge as a suicide, it is evident that the building takes safety precautions seriously.

One renter commented on the height of the railing on the roof, stating that it was quite tall, measuring at least 4 feet.

“The windows in my house have child safety features, which means they don’t open fully. They only crack open slightly. This is a concern for me because I have small cats, and I worry that they wouldn’t be able to fit through the narrow opening. So far, my cat hasn’t attempted to escape through the windows.”

“I’m relieved that I didn’t witness it. The building is known for its family-friendly atmosphere.”

The Brittany stands just a few blocks away from Gracie Mansion and is renowned for its luxurious apartments, offering breathtaking, panoramic water views of the East and Harlem rivers.

According to StreetEasy, you can expect to pay approximately $7,500 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.

If you are going through a tough time and experiencing thoughts of suicide, remember that help is available 24/7. You can reach out to the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 988 or visit for support and guidance.

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