Monday, Dec 05, 2022 - 15:58:56
29 results - (0.007 seconds)

the Upper East Side:

latest news at page 1:
1
    A woman who said she was one of the many victims of late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is speaking about the conditions she was forced to live in at his Upper East Side apartment, which she compared to a 'holding facility.' Teresa Helm, 42, said she spent a night at the East 66th Street apartment during her time being abused by the wealthy pedophile in 2002 at the age of 22, which a lawsuit revealed was where he'd keep girls as young as 13.  Helm said she was greeted with a gift basket that included cookies and fresh fruit, making her feel 'special.' She said: 'I remember the apartment clearly. It was relatively small and there was Dannon yoghurt in the fridge and a basket of fruit and cookies on the counter.' Helm noted that she assumed she'd be saying at a hotel, rather than what was listed in the famous Epstein black book under 'apartments for models.' Teresa Helm, 42, said she spent a night at the East 66th Street apartment during her time being abused by the wealthy pedophile...
    A man slapped an 80-year-old pedestrian multiple times in a random attack on a Manhattan subway prompting the octogenarian to fall to the ground, officials said.  The random attack took place on Saturday around 4:30 p.m. as the woman, whose name was not released, was traveling aboard the northbound 6 train at the 68th Street-Hunter College station. During the unprovoked attack, the unidentified male approached the woman and began slapping her multiple times on her head, back and shoulder causing her to fall to the ground, an NYPD spokesperson told DailyMail.com on Tuesday. As the stranger was hitting the woman the man did not utter a word, officials said. 
    A 10-year-old girl playing at a nearby playground told the New York Post that she initially thought the gunfire was fireworks. "But then I realized there was a gunshot. And it really frightened me because I was right there at the park playing and I never would have thought this would have happened," the girl said. Councilwoman Julie Menin tweeted, "To think that this incident happened in front of a school with a mother pushing her baby in a stroller is beyond comprehension. My prayers are with the victim's family. This tragedy is simply unspeakable and this violence must stop." New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) blamed the crime on guns. "We lost a 20-year-old woman on the Upper East Side tonight," Adams wrote on Twitter. "She was pushing a stroller when a gunman took her life. More guns in our city means more lives lost. It means more babies crying as those who love them lie dead. We cannot allow this epidemic to keep claiming lives." Adams said during a press conference, "When a mother...
    A MOTHER was pushing her three-month-old baby in a stroller when she was fatally shot in the head while walking in New York City, said police. The 20-year-old woman was near Samuel Seabury Playground on the Upper East Side when cops said she was shot once in the head just before 8.25PM. 3A young mother was fatally shot in the head while pushing her three-month-old child in a stroller in NYCCredit: Peter Gerber 3The gunman, dressed in all black, fled on foot after the shootingCredit: Peter Gerber 3The baby was unharmed in the shootingCredit: Peter Gerber She was taken to Metropolitan Hospital, but could not be saved and was pronounced dead. Her baby was unharmed but was also taken to the hospital out of caution. Sources told the New York Post that the gunman was dressed in all black and ran up East 9th street after the shooting. A shell casing was found at the scene and the area is being canvassed for video by the NYPD. Most read in NewsSICK TAUNT Chilling words of girl, 14, after she 'stabbed...
    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- A woman has been hospitalized after she was shot in the head while walking with a baby stroller on the Upper East Side Wednesday night.Police say the incident happened on Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street around 8:25 p.m.They say the victim was walking with a baby stroller when a man, wearing an all black, hooded sweatshirt, walked up from behind and shot her in the head.She was taken to a nearby hospital in unknown condition.Police say the baby was unharmed.No arrests have been made so far.This is breaking news. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a tip or story idea to Eyewitness News Have a breaking news tip or an idea for a story we should cover? Send it to Eyewitness News using the form below. If attaching a video or photo, terms of use apply.
    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- The Buckley School on the Upper East Side has introduced a new class in which 6th-grade boys teach 4th graders how to navigate the internet safely.With so many games available online along with so many other forms of entertainment, instruction in what's called 'digital citizenship' is more important than ever before for children.I attended Buckley as a boy, and it was there I learned the difference between right and wrong. However, determining the line between those two is a lot more complicated in the digital age.The boys leading the class used two games that look a lot alike as an example.Each involves basketball and has 'NBA' in the title, but one of these apps is safe, and the other is not!The bad one, "kept forcing me to try and buy this thing called virtual currency," 6th grader Alston Smith said, "which is a way of spending your money for currency only good in this game."Alston is showing 4th grader, Aden Smith (no relation), how to best navigate an internet that can be truly treacherous."Some...
    A man in the Upper East Side wearing an all-black outfit and mask was caught on surveillance camera hacking a pedestrian he didn't know with a knife in broad daylight. The NYPD said the stabbing took place at about 1:50p.m. on Thursday at the corner of Third Avenue and East 63rd Street, just a couple of feet away from the entrance of the subway station on Lexington Avenue and 63rd. The suspect reportedly approached the victim from behind after hopping off his electronic bike and crossing the street, according to law enforcement officials. The NYPD only released video footage of the attack on May 28, two days after it took place. In the footage, the victim attempts to fight off the stabber with his bare fists before running away and dropping his delivery bag in the process.  Police said the unidentified victim was slashed by the madman several times, around his arm and his back, according to AMNY. Cops say there was no suggestion the two men knew one another, and are stumped as to a motive for the attack. ...
    Building managers that runs a condo on New York's pricey Upper East Side are suing an octogenarian resident for allegedly defecating in the luxury building's communal swimming pool. Lawyers from the Rio Condominium and Spa on East 65th Street, acting on behalf of the building's management company, Allied Partners, allege 83-year-old Helen Hirsh 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool and then again in the Fitness Center shower.' They also allege in court documents that she was swimming in the wrong communal lane.  Helen Hirsh, 83, is alleged to have 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool at the Rio Condominium, pictured, and then again in the Fitness Center shower The lawsuit claims the Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool, pictured, so that it could be properly sanitized 'The Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool so that it could be properly sanitized according to the applicable State health code, and to the applicable State health code, and to take the Fitness Center's shower out of use so that it could be cleaned and disinfected. As a...
    Dramatic footage captured the moment police arrested an armed burglar accused of stealing a cash box from an Upper East Side Republican club. On April 21, members of the Metropolitan Republican Club reported that a man dressed in a maintenance uniform walked in while they were hosting an event in support of U.S Senate candidate Mark McCloskey and took off with a metal cashbox.  Police said they charged 61-year-old Gerard Jackson from the Bronx with robbery, two counts of assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Police did not specify if they found they retrieved the cashbox that the club members reported contained $425.  Club President Ian Walsh Reilly told Fox News that after calling police, he followed the suspect outside along with two other club members, caught up with him and detained him.  Scroll Down For Video:   On April 21 members of the Metropolitan Republican Club claim that a man dressed in a maintenance uniform (pictured) walked into the club and took off with a metal cashbox Two club members corner the suspect, holding a hand to his chest...
    A group of thieves broke into a luxury store in Manhattan's Upper East Side and made of with $40,000 worth of Chanel and Louis Vuitton handbags in under a minute.  Surveillance footage inside the Designer Revival store shows three men grabbing the expensive handbags last Wednesday morning before the shop opened and quickly running out.  In a Facebook about the incident, the Designer Revival said the brazen robbery was yet another blow to the store as it continues to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.  'We are completely devastated by this attack on our small local shop, the 2nd robbery in less than two years,' the company wrote.  'We recognize the deep underlying issues and distress that led these brazen thieves to steal from a small local shop, one that is still recovering from the pandemic. Justice will ultimately be served to the deplorable thieves.'  The robbery came days before a a suspected shoplifting gang who are said to have stolen $70,000 of designer gear in SoHo were filmed ramming an NYPD cop car to try and escape -...
    A New York City public school PTA treasurer has been charged with stealing $185,000 of funds and blowing it on trips to the Caribbean, shopping in Fendi - and fines he was slapped with for stealing from his last job.   Between October 26, 2020 and July 6, 2021, 34-year-old Marc Haynes, the former co-treasurer of PS 267 Parent Teacher Association made 17 embezzled from the organization's two checking accounts to his J.P. Morgan account, ranging from $2,389 to $32,000, according to the Manhattan District Attorney's office. The money stolen from the school between on East 63rd street went toward stays at luxury hotels in Bermuda and St. Lucia and purchases from Fendi, Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn.  He also used the PTA's money to pay $23,838 of $51,247 in restitution owed to his former employer, a publishing company that he was convicted of stealing from in 2016.  Scroll down for video Marc Haynes, 34 (center), is pictured at his arraignment in Manhattan Supreme Court on March 23 Between October 26, 2020 and July 6, 2021, Haynes (pictured), the former co-treasurer of...
    Michael Rapaport was a witness to the latest brazen act of shoplifting to hit New York City, sharing footage Tuesday of an encounter with a man who filled two shopping bags with goods from a Rite Aid in the Upper East side, before sauntering past him and a security guard on his way out.  The actor and comedian, who posted footage of the incident on Instagram, told DailyMail.com that he was ‘disgusted’ and ‘surprised’ when he saw the thief stocking up on items from three different sections of the pharmacy before deciding he was satisfied strolling toward the exit. The Rite Aid in the video, on 81st Street and 1st Avenue, is hit with thefts of the same nature on an almost daily basis, a security guard told Rapaport. The location will be closing on February 15, along with 63 other locations to close in the coming months with thefts a major reason, the pharmacy chain announced late December.  ‘You see all these videos on Instagram of people shoplifting like they’re going for a walk in the park. ‘It’s pathetic...
    New York City's richest residents were nearly five times more likely to flee the five boroughs during the height of the coronavirus pandemic than less affluent inhabitants, new data from the city comptroller's office reveals. The findings, which come from an analysis made public Monday by New York Comptroller Scott Stringer, show that the bulk of the Big Apple's exits came between March 2020 and June 2021 - when COVID restrictions were lifted by the state - with the vast majority of movers hailing from the city's wealthiest neighborhoods. According to the report, which reviewed New Yorkers' change-of-address information offered by the United States Postal Service, the vast majority of those movers came from areas where the median income exceeds $110,000 annually. The data revealed that residents of well-to-do neighborhoods like Brooklyn's Park Slope and Carroll Gardens, as well as Battery Park City, Greenwich Village, Murray Hill, Midtown, Chelsea, and the Upper East and Upper West sides in Manhattan, were 4.6 times more likely to leave than other residents during 2020, recording 109 net move-outs out of every 1,000 residents.  Stringer's office...
    A Manhattan doorman at an upscale apartment building on the Upper East Side is suing a former resident's estate, claiming the man promised him a third of his savings in thanks for the doorman's care over 28 years.  According to a lawsuit filed Wednesday, Jose Rafael Padilla, the morning doorman at Midtown East’s tony 14 Sutton Place, said he was promised a portion of James Clayton Larmett's estate after caring for him for 28 years. The allocation was not made in Larmett's will, however.   The 62-year-old met Larmett, 69, and his wife, Linda, after helping them move into the building in 1993, and claims the three 'became close' throughout the last three decades.  Padilla often cared for Larmett's pet cats, 'which had been the prime object of (Larmett’s) affection,' the suit states. The longtime Manhattan doorman alleges that Larmett loved his pets so much that he 'provided for pet focused charities in his will.'  Jose Rafael Padilla, the morning doorman at Midtown East’s tony 14 Sutton Place (pictured) says he was promised a portion of James Larmett's estate after caring for...
    More On: robberies Man drags 11-year-old girl into NYC alley, makes sexual threats and robs her NYC mom injured in attempted subway mugging ‘won’t make it,’ family says Would-be Brooklyn robber loses his shorts — then leaves empty-handed Former California senator assaulted and robbed in Oakland A 27-year-old woman fended off a knife-wielding robber while walking through the Upper East Side Tuesday night, cops said. The attack happened around 9:45 p.m. at East 78th Street and Third Avenue where an unknown man grabbed the victim from behind and put a knife to her throat, cops said. “What money do you have?” the man snarled, according to police. The woman then pepper-sprayed the robber before he grabbed her purse and fled on Third Avenue, cops said. Cops later caught up to the alleged robber, 25-year-old Darnell Green, and charged him with robbery, police said. Filed under manhattan ,  police ,  robberies ,  upper east side ,  7/28/21
    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- A construction accident sent water shooting up into the sky on the Upper East Side on Thursday afternoon.The incident was reported on East 87th Street just before 2 p.m.Although it was first reported as a water main break, the Department of Environmental Protection said that was not the case.It happened when a contractor doing plumbing work damaged and removed the tap that goes into the water main, resulting in water shooting up into the air.The tap was later put back onto the water main, but there was still a mess to be cleaned up.Utility companies have been notified and are assessing adjoining buildings.The accident comes a week after a 20-foot-deep sinkhole swallowed part of the road on East 89th Street at York Avenue. The incidents are not related.Few other details were released.MORE NEWS: Seagull hits teen in face while on Jersey Shore rideEMBED More News Videos Georgia and Kiley who live near Weatherly, Pennsylvania got quite the surprise visitor while on a ride at Morey's Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey. ----------* Get Eyewitness News...
    A massive 20-foot sinkhole opened up in the middle of an Upper East Side street on Thursday, just days after a sinkhole nearly devoured two cars on the city's West Side. Thursday's ground collapse, which occurred just before 9am at East 89th Street and York Avenue, is about 15 feet in diameter and 20 feet deep, according to the NYC Emergency Management agency. Cities nationwide remain on heightened alert of infrastructure issues following the deadly building collapse on June 24 in Surfside, Florida. At least 94 people were confirmed dead at the building as of Monday. No injuries or evacuations were reported on the Upper East Side, according to Citizen.    The Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Transportation and Emergency Management agency responded. Con Edison was notified to inspect infrastructure at the sinkhole site. The DOT is responsible for overseeing the city's 6,300 miles of streets, with the department currently resurfacing the pavement throughout the five boroughs. While the exact cause of Thursday and Sunday's sinkholes has yet to be revealed, they typically occur when a water main or sewer collapsed due to...
    And just like that … they’re back on the Upper East Side. The stars of HBO Max’s “Sex and the City” revival, “And Just Like That…,” were spotted filming at hotspot The East Pole on Monday, spies tell Page Six. We’re told that leading ladies Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis were all there, though Davis’ character, Charlotte, was accompanied by a pooch that wasn’t her famed King Charles Cavalier named Elizabeth Taylor. Fans swarmed Parker, dressed in character as Carrie Bradshaw, as she made her way into The East Pole.Courtesy photo Instead, Davis was spotted filming with an English bulldog that, of course, came with a Burberry waste bag container — only the best for her pooches! On Friday, HBO Max shared the first official images of the trio hitting the streets of the Big Apple. Parker wore the same outfit for Monday’s shoot that she wore in the promo pictures. The new series is set to tell the stories of the three best friends as they now navigate the complicated journey of life and...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A 19-year-old was shot in the hand on the Upper East Side Monday morning. It happened around 8:15 a.m. at 78th Street and 2nd Avenue. READ MORE: New York Federal Judge Sandra Feuerstein Killed In Florida Crash, Police Say Suspect Nastasia Snape Claimed To Be Harry Potter Sources say the shooting may have been accidental, and that it may have happened while the victim and shooter – a friend – were playing with a gun. READ MORE: Road To Reopening: Newark Public Schools Welcome Students Back For In-Person Classes The victim is expected to survive. MORE NEWS: Police: 22-Year-Old Woman Punched In Face During Argument On Brooklyn Subway Police are still searching for the shooter, and the gun.
    More than a year after the coronavirus lockdowns slammed the Big Apple, life appears to be returning to parts of Manhattan, which is helping the island’s struggling restaurant industry bounce back.  While areas dominated by office towers continue to struggle, people are returning in droves to residential areas like the Upper West and Upper East sides, real-estate sources said. And that’s boosting business for area restaurants.  “Business is coming back in all neighborhoods,” said Simon Oren, a restaurateur with 15 eateries across Manhattan, including in the Flatiron District, on the Upper West and Upper East sides and in Hell’s Kitchen. “It is nicer out, so people are getting out more and sitting outside. And now there is 50 percent indoor-dining capacity, which is a fantastic boost.”  “That combined with nicer weather is helping every neighborhood — although we are very far from our 2019 numbers,” he said.  While Oren is seeing a boost across the board, he acknowledges that the biggest rebounds have been at his restaurants on the Upper West and Upper East sides, which emptied out last summer...
    More from: Jennifer Gould Hamptons mansion asking $145M sets new East End price record Hedge fund and Facebook power couple sell Tribeca spread for $7.5M Billionaire playboy scoops up $15.5M Miami mansion that wasnt for sale Socialite Shafi Roepers slashes price of UES mansion to $45M Jennifer Connellys former Prospect Park mansion lists for $12.2M More than a year after the coronavirus lockdowns slammed the Big Apple, life appears to be returning to parts of Manhattan, which is helping the island’s struggling restaurant industry bounce back.  While areas dominated by office towers continue to struggle, people are returning in droves to residential areas like the Upper West and Upper East sides, real-estate sources said. And that’s boosting business for area restaurants.  “Business is coming back in all neighborhoods,” said Simon Oren, a restaurateur with 15 eateries across Manhattan, including in the Flatiron District, on the Upper West and Upper East sides and in Hell’s Kitchen. “It is nicer out, so people are getting out more and sitting outside. And now there is 50 percent indoor-dining capacity, which is a...
    Michael D. Daffey bought the seven-story, 40-room property at 9 East 71st Street  Jeffrey Epstein's mansion on the Upper East Side of New York City has been purchased by a former Goldman Sachs executive for $51 million. Michael D. Daffey bought the seven-story, 40-room property at 9 East 71st Street for far less than its original asking price of $88 million, the New York Post reported. The Australian financial executive is reportedly moving to New York from London and plans to live with his wife in the 40-room home, which is one of the city's largest. Daffey recently retired from the firm after spending the past year as Goldman's global markets chairman overseeing trade remodeling trade in Europe after Brexit. Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex crimes abusing girls as young as 14. Epstein plead not guilty. During an FBI raid, federal agents found child sex abuse images in the mansion's safe. Jeffrey Epstein's residence at 9 East 71st Street in Manhattan has sold for $51 million Jeffrey Epsteinis...
    Ivana Trump was seen strolling Manhattan's Upper East Side on Tuesday and flashed a peace sign as she walked. Ivana, the president's first wife and the mother of his three eldest children, walked with her ex-husband-turned-ex-boyfriend Rossano Rubicondi as they enjoyed some of the mild fall weather that New York has been experiencing in recent days. Ivana, 71, and Rossano, 48, were both dressed in head-to-toe black as they walked arm in arm. Ivana Trump flashed a peace sign as she and her on-again, off-again boyfriend Rossano Rubicondi enjoyed a walk on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on Tuesday  Ivana, 71, and Rossano, 48, were both dressed in head-to-toe black as they walked arm in arm The former model kept warm in a black winter coat with a luxe fur collar and cuffs, which she wore over black straight-leg dress pants. She topped off her look with her beloved Lady Dior mini bag. Ivana's platinum blonde hair was pulled back in her signature beehive with her bangs framing her face, the bottom half of which was covered...
    The asking price might have been its undoing. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant’s 19th-century Manhattan townhouse on HBO’s hit show “The Undoing” is on sale for $30 million — a discount from its $35 million price tag when it went on the market in 2018. At 8 East 63rd St., the five-story townhouse, built in 1878 by C.P.H. Gilbert, is steps from Central Park, between Fifth and Madison Avenue. Gilbert built the mansion to resemble an 18th-century British townhouse on what is now known as Fifth Avenue’s Gold Coast. On the show, Kidman’s character, Grace Fraser, is an uber-wealthy therapist whose beautiful life with her husband, Jonathan, played by Grant, is shattered after she helps a woman who is later murdered. The series, however, doesn’t feature shots from inside the actual townhouse, and a new buyer will need to be uber-wealthy as well — to spend millions more to bring the 10,000 square foot residence back to single-family mansion status, brokers say. At 25 feet wide, the New English classical brick and brownstone mansion features nine bedrooms, six fireplaces, rounded...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police are looking for two men accused of stealing a cab. The cab was stolen on the Upper West Side. (credit: Citizen.com) The taxi was found crashed and abandoned on the Upper East Side at 88th Street and Lexington Avenue. The NYPD says officers saw the car run a red light and tried to stop the suspects, but they both ran away after the crash. No one was injured, and there’s no word on what happened to the cab driver. Anyone with any information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    The landlord of New York socialite Libbie Mugrabi wants to evict her from his luxury $30,000-a-month Yorkville condo in a spat over back rent and utilities. The owner of the Park Mansion on East 82nd Street says Libbie, 40, who recently settled a bitter divorce from billionaire art collector David Mugrabi, owes at least $148,450 from April. The star, whose ex's family had the world's largest collection of Andy Warhol artworks, has been behind on her $28,800 rent plus utilities for months, allege papers filed in Manhattan civil court as seen by PageSix.  The landlord of New York socialite Libbie Mugrabi (pictured) wants to evict her from his luxury $30,000-a-month Yorkville condo A source close to Libbie, who recently finalised an acrimonious divorce that was branded New York City 's 'nastiest' split, said her ex-husband David (pictured) stopped paying her bills The owner of the Park Mansion on East 82nd Street (pictured) says Libbieowes at least $148,450 from April A source close to Libbie, who recently finalised an acrimonious divorce that was branded New York City's 'nastiest' split,...
    New York City's wealthiest neighborhood is grappling with a spike in armed robberies, new data reveals.    Manhattan's Upper East Side has seen 27 robberies over the past four weeks - a 286 percent increase when compared to the same period last year, according to the NYPD.  Alarmingly, a significant number of those have involved locals being held up at gunpoint.  For the entirety of 2019, the Upper East Side only reported four armed robberies. This year, 14 have already been reported.  The figures are causing alarm in the ritzy neighborhood, where residents boast an average annual income of $322,400.  The Upper East Side is also known for its high concentration of billionaires - and some of the crimes have taken place just feet from their lavish residences.  Manhattan's Upper East Side - the wealthiest neighborhood in New York City - is grappling with a dramatic spike in armed robberies, new data reveals The NYPD is pleading with members of the public to come forward with information on recent shootings in the Upper East Side  Last weekend, three...
    It’s beer goggles on, masks and inhibitions off, in these party spots across the city which have netted the most complaints about people flouting social-distancing rules. Millennial havens in the West Village, Upper East Side and Astoria led the list of ZIP codes with the most 311 callers reporting social distancing violations from June 11-13 and 18-20, according to city data. Those six days brought in 2,480 complaints, with 1,208 during the first weekend and 1,272 from Thursday to Saturday last weekend. see also Do your job: Gov. Cuomo urges de Blasio amid lack of NYC social distancing Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday doubled down on his calls... The reports prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo on June 14 to scold bar and restaurant owners, local government officials and revelers . “These are not hard-to-spot violations. People send videos of these violations,” he said. “I’m not going to allow situations to exist, that we know have a high likelihood of causing an increase in the virus . . . Local governments, do your job.” Snitches spotted people getting too close...
    A popular Facebook group for Upper East Side moms imploded after it let its white privilege show. The UES Mommas, a group of nearly 40,000 women who usually trade tips on nursery schools and strollers, roiled for days over racial issues, including whether to add a black moderator or even if conversation about the protests over the killing of George Floyd was even allowed. “You can’t decide that you’ve got a mom’s group and that the topic of race and protests is off limits. It’s all interwoven with parenting. It’s kind of an unrealistic position to have right now,” said Adia Tucker, 40, who is black and lives in Queens. Tucker was even more surprised that the white moderator refused to budge when members called for the addition of a black mom to help oversee the private group. “I have no intention of adding admins right now. I have worked my ass off to attempt to lead this group in a way that accounts for what its members want,” the existing moderator, Lindsey Plotnick Berger, posted on May 30. Addy...
1