A troubled young mom commit suicide with her 7-year-old son early Friday morning when she jumped on the 25th floor of the New York City building
Sources close to the New York Post said that Stephanie Adams and her estranged husband were in a heated custody battle at the time of the suicide.
I’ve seen something like this in the movies, but I’ve never really heard about this in real life. You have to be a real selfish person to take your child with you in death. One can only imagine what the mother said to the son before they commit this act.
A 47-year-old female and her 7-year-old son died early Friday after an apparent jump from a New York City hotel, police confirm to PEOPLE.
Lieutenant John Grimpel said that the woman jumped from the 25th floor of the Gotham Hotel in Manhattan with the boy around 8:15 a.m. local time.
Grimpel said the pair’s bodies were found on the second-floor landing of the hotel’s courtyard. Officials with Gotham Hotel did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.
Police would not confirm the woman’s identity to PEOPLE, but multiple media outlets, including the New York Post and NBC News 4, reported that the deceased was former November 1992 Playboy centerfold, Stephanie Adams.
She reportedly shared the boy, Vincent, with Charles Nicolai, of Wall Street Chiropractic & Wellness. Reports identified Nicolai as Adams’ estranged husband.
I pray for the future of our country because right now everything is backward. I know Pres. Trump is doing all he can to help this country rebound from the eight years of Barack Obama, so anyone trying to put this blame on him is crazy.
I feel so sorry for the young child that he gave his life today. He probably felt like he had no choice especially when his mom was perhaps forcing him to make this decision.
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