After broker-to-the-stars Linda Stein was murdered, her building’s porter saw her personal assistant, Natavia Lowery, in the basement holding a sagging brown paper shopping bag, the porter told the New York Post. Investigators believe the bag held the murder weapon, which was not recovered. Lowery, who pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, is slated to appear in court today. Stein, a Prudential Douglas Elliman broker, was killed in her apartment at 965 Fifth Avenue on Oct. 30, 2007.
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