Lowery-Stein clash “inevitable,” some say

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On the heels of Natavia Lowery’s conviction in the Linda Stein murder case, many in the industry are still asking how it could have happened. The two women’s interaction was a clash of wills, according to the New York Daily News, which painted the working relationship between Stein, the Prudential Douglas Elliman super-broker, and Lowery, her assistant, as a ticking time bomb. While Stein, who was reportedly prone to confrontations with her adversaries, had climbed a hardscrabble road to the top, Lowery had been equally strong-willed. “The Oct. 30, 2007, clash of two strong women who usually got what they wanted — in vastly different ways — seemed inevitable,” the New York Daily News said.