Rebecca Grossman

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Rebecca Grossman, a California socialite, was sentenced to 15 years to life for a 2020 hit-and-run that killed two young brothers. Grossman faced a lengthy prison term, sparking discussions about justice, privilege, and the consequences of reckless actions.

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California socialite Rebecca Grossman was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for a 2020 hit-and-run crash that resulted in the deaths of two young brothers. The incident occurred in Westlake Village, with Grossman being involved in a gruesome accident that killed 11-year-old Mark Iskander and his 8-year-old brother, Jacob Iskander. Grossman was found guilty of plowing into the boys while driving under the influence and speeding in a lover's car after having a boozy lunch [1][2][3].

During her sentencing, Grossman expressed that she had already suffered enough and asked the judge for leniency; however, she was not granted clemency and received the 15 years to life sentence [4][5]. Reports indicate that Grossman defended herself in a letter following a street race linked to the incident [6].

The case made headlines globally, with various news outlets covering the tragic story of the two brothers being killed in the hit-and-run by the affluent socialite. Grossman's actions resulted in her being labeled a killer socialite as she was sentenced for the devastating consequences of her reckless driving [7][8][9].

The court decision to impose a 15 years to life sentence on Grossman for causing the deaths of the young boys was met with public attention and scrutiny, with no reprieve being granted despite her pleas [10]. The 2020 incident ultimately led to Grossman facing the consequences of her actions in a court of law, with the judge holding her accountable for the tragic events stemming from her reckless driving behavior [11][12].

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