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Lizzie Grubman's Biography
American celebrity publicist and Manhattan socialite accustomed to hob-knobbing with the rich-and-famous. She made the headlines herself after using her Mercedes SUV to speed backward into a crowd, injuring 16 people around 2:00 AM on 7 July 2001, outside Southampton’s Conscience Point Inn. She was charged by the police with six counts of first-degree assault and one count of leaving the scene, and four victims, who have sued her for a total of $92 million in damages, say she deliberately gunned the car backward. While she wept, “I feel so badly,” locals claimed that Lizzie is “a spoiled rich girl.”
The daughter of a contract attorney for notable clients, she was raised on Park Avenue, the first of two daughters. Not an apt student, she attended four prep schools before giving up on education in her freshman year of college. She married attorney Eric Gatoff in 1995, divorcing in 1997. Lizzie was by then a PR employee and launched her own publicity firm specializing in musical acts and nightclubs in New York City and Miami.
On the night in question, she had attended a clambake at the seaside home of Alex von Furstenberg and proceeded on to a nightclub. When she was leaving, she had pulled into a fire lane and when a guard asked her to move her vehicle, he testified that she called him “white trash.” She had driven the SUV only a few times, and according to her, inadvertently put it in reverse in error before slamming back into the crowd, pinning at least two people against a wall.
By the time police arrived, Grubman’s attorney refused to allow her to speak to them and advised her to not take an alcohol breath test. She was released on $25,000 bail.
On 12 September 2001, she was indicted on 26 counts. Pleading guilty in August 2002, Grubman faced up to eight years in prison, but served only thirty-eight days in jail and received five years’ probation after reaching a plea bargain for leaving the scene of a car accident.
Grubman married Chris Stern on 17 March 2006, and gave birth to their first child, a son named Harrison Irving Stern, on 12 December 2006 at 7:45 AM at Lenox Hill Hospital. On 22 January 2009, Grubman gave birth to son Jack Alexander Stern, two months before his scheduled due date.
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