Son of Manhattan developer drives Mercedes into supermodel’s house

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Mar.March 15, 2017 07:14 PM

The 21-year-old son of Gregg Wasser, owner of commercial developer G&S Investors, crashed a 2006 Mercedes-Benz into a Water Mill home late Saturday night, according to the East Hampton Star. The wreck ignited a blaze that firefighters battled for three hours. The Hayground Road house belonged to model Sasha Pivovarova — best known as the longest appearing fashion model for Prada — who lives with her husband, an artist, and their 4-year-old daughter. There were no serious injuries, according to Sgt. Steve Miller. Pivovarova’s husband, Igor Vishnyakov, told the paper that he thought the driver, college student Alec Wasser, appeared to be drunk. “It sounded like a bomb exploded,” Vishnyakov told the East Hampton Star. According to its website, G&S has developed about a half-dozen commercial properties across New Jersey, Westchester County and Long Island. [EHS]


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