Tragic Fall from Luxury Apartment Follows Alleged Spousal Argument

A tragic incident unfolded on the Upper East Side when a woman fell from a luxury apartment building following a heated argument with her husband, according to insiders. The husband, however, claimed he was not present at the time of the incident. Alina Page, 35, reportedly jumped from the 36th floor of The Brittany, a high-end residential building, after a confrontation with her husband about her alcohol consumption, as per law enforcement sources.

Brian Page, Alina’s husband, confirmed he was not present when the incident occurred, but refrained from commenting on the alleged argument. He expressed his grief, stating, “She was my soulmate, the love of my life. I am devastated.”

Alina, a mother of two, was discovered with injuries consistent with a fall at the intersection of York Avenue and East 92nd Street around 6:45 p.m. She was immediately transported to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell in critical condition, where she later succumbed to her injuries.

The Pages resided in The Brittany, a luxury building known for its private shuttle service to the subway every half hour. The couple, along with their two children, were part of a large family living in the building, as confirmed by multiple sources.

Alina, originally from Russia, was known for her frequent Facebook posts featuring her smiling with her two young children. The couple was nearing their 16th wedding anniversary, falling just 11 days short of the milestone.

While the police have not officially classified Alina’s fall as a suicide, residents of The Brittany have noted the building’s extensive safety measures designed to prevent accidental falls. One tenant commented on the height of the railing on the roof, stating it was at least 4 feet tall. The windows, designed with child safety in mind, only open a crack, not wide enough for a person to fit through.

The Brittany, located a few blocks from Gracie Mansion, is a high-end apartment complex known for its panoramic views of the East and Harlem rivers. A two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit in the building can cost around $7,500, according to StreetEasy.