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Gigi Jordan Who Killed Son Found Dead In NYC

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Gigi Jordan the millionaire from New York City who would be convicted of the murder of her 8 year old autistic son has been found dead. According to court documents Gigi Jordan would give her eight year old son a fatal cocktail of medication back in 2010 in a Manhattan hotel room. Gigi Jordan would be convicted of the murder and sentenced to 18 years in prison.

However Gigi Jordan conviction would later be thrown out by the Supreme Court and Gigi Jordan was released on bail. Recently it was decided by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to revoke her bail and ordered her back to custody. Last night NYPD received a call regarding a deceased person and when officers attended the scene they would find the body of Gigi Jordan. As it just happened the manner of death has not been announced however officers would say that a note was found at the scene.

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Gigi Jordan – the million mom who murdered her 8-year-old autistic son in a Manhattan hotel room – was found dead Friday morning in a Brooklyn home where she had been renting, her attorney and law enforcement sources confirmed.

Jordan’s bail had just been ordered revoked by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor a day earlier amid ongoing questions and legal fights over whether she could remain out on bail as she sought a new trial.

The 62-year-old pharma millionaire had admitted to plunging a lethal dose of medications down her son’s throat with a syringe in a hotel room in 2010. She then ingested multiple medications herself and emailed a relative, who alerted authorities.

Jordan claimed at her trial that she had decided to kill herself and her son, Jude Mirra, because she believed that one of her ex-husbands was planning to have her killed, and that without her the boy would fall under the care of her other ex-husband and would be sexually abused. Both men denied her allegations against them.

Jordan was convicted of manslaughter in November 2014 and sentenced to 18 years in prison.

One of her attorney’s, Norman Siegel, confirmed Jordan’s death saying it “is unbelievably sad.” Appeals were ongoing, he added, and in his view Jordan “… had a lot still to contribute to society.”

Sources said Jordan was found dead Friday around 12:05 a.m. An NYPD spokesperson declined to comment, except to confirm an ongoing death investigation linked to the Brooklyn residence.

Several officials said suicide was one possibility given Jordan’s bail being revoked and that she was found dead in a bathtub with a note nearby. But Siegel said his client sounded in good spirits hours earlier when the two spoke by phone.

The medical examiner will determine the cause of death.

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