Ginger-Haired ‘Socialite Shover’ Bails Out With Mommy’s $500,000 CHECK After Beloved Voice Coach DIES

The mother of a jailed New York socialite has paid her daughters $500,000 bail last week, putting the accused killer of a beloved 87-year-old voice coach back on the streets.

Lauren Pazienza, facing manslaughter and assault charges in the death of Barbara Maier Gustern, turned herself in on March 22 after weeks of hiding out at her parents’ Long Island estate deleting her internet presence.

Gustern died on March 15, five days after the 26-year-old Pazienza allegedly called her a “b****” and shoved her to the street just outside her Chelsea home, as CrimeOnline previously reported.

Pazienza, an events organizer, reportedly remained nearby and watched as an ambulance took Gustern to a hospital.

Lauren Pazienza/Crime Stoppers

Police came to the Pazienzas’ Port Jefferson home on March 21 looking for her, but her father, cesspool magnate Dan Pazienza, reportedly told them she wasn’t there.

The following day, after police had publicly identified her and released photographs of her leaving the scene, Lauren Pazienza, accompanied by her attorney, turned herself in.

Three days later, her mother, Caroline Pazienza, wrote a $500,000 check to get her daughter out of jail, the New York Post reported.

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[Featured image: Barbara Maier Gustern/Facebook]