Gigi Jordan Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Accused, Killed Son With Pill Overdose Found Dead

Gigi Jordan Wiki – Gigi Jordan Bio

Gigi Jordan, Her body was found in her apartment in Brooklyn, New York, USA, just hours after a supreme court judge struck down an earlier order allowing her to remain under house arrest while her appeal was heard.

A millionaire convicted of manslaughter for the death of her eight-year-old son has been found dead in her apartment.

Gigi Jordan’s body was discovered just hours after a Supreme Court judge issued an order that was expected to send the 62-year-old former pharmaceutical executive back to prison for the death of autistic Jude Mirra.


Gigi JordanĀ is 62 years old.

Killed Son With Pill Overdose Found Dead

Although her cause of death is yet to be determined, sources have told the New York Post it is being investigated as a suspected suicide and a note was found at the scene.

Her body was found in her apartment in Brooklyn, New York, US, at around 12.30 am on Friday, December 30, 2022.

In 2015 she was sentenced to first-degree manslaughter after using a crusher and syringe to administer an overdose of prescription pills to young Jude.

She claimed she had been acting in the best interest of her autistic son.

The court found her guilty of manslaughter rather than the full murder charge sought by prosecutors.

Judge Charles Solomon of the state Supreme Court in Manhattan handed down a sentence that was close to the maximum of 25 years in prison under New York guidelines.

He said he was mystified by the mother’s lack of remorse.

“It’s tough for me to understand the defendant,” Solomon said.

“I certainly would think that I would hear something from the defendant expressing remorse about what she did – something.”

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In 2020 just five years later she was released to home confinement on a $250,000 bail bond while lawyers fought her conviction.

On Thursday, a day before Jordan’s body was found, US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued an order reversing a previous one from December 20 allowing Jordan to remain free on bail while the high court heard out her appeal, Law & Crime reported.

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