Alina Page's surgeon husband says 'I'm devastated' as he breaks his silence after his wife and mother-of-two, 35, ju

By Harriet Alexander and Emma James and Shawn Cohen for Dailymail.com 00:31 December 17, 2023, updated 01:02 December 17, 2023

The husband of a mother of two who killed herself by jumping from the roof of her luxury New York home on Thursday has told of his devastation over her death.

Alina Page, 35, was left shaken after an argument with her husband over her drinking, DailyMail.com exclusively revealed on Saturday.

According to sources, she fell from the roof of the 36th floor of their Upper East Side high-rise apartment on Thursday evening after a disagreement with her husband, orthopedic surgeon Brian Page.

On Saturday he said he was not home at the time but did not deny the argument.

“She was the love of my life, my soulmate,” he told the New York Post. ‘I am devastated.’

The building, The Brittany, has a rooftop terrace – sources confirm to DailyMail.com that Page is believed to have jumped from the highest point.

Alina Page (right) jumped from the roof of Brittany after an argument with her surgeon husband Brian Page (pictured with their two children). Page, who is originally from Russia, married Brian in 2007 and often shared her love for their home in New York. On the night of her death, sources said she fled the couple’s $7,500-a-month apartment

An NYPD spokesman told DailyMail.com Page that the injuries were “due to a fall” and that there were no signs of criminality in the death, but the investigation is ongoing.

Initial reports of the incident described the mother-of-two as “clinging to life” after she was found on the sidewalk of her upscale neighborhood.

Police confirmed her injuries were the result of a fall from an “elevated height.”

She was taken to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell but was pronounced dead after succumbing to her injuries.

The young mother moved to the Big Apple from Temple, Texas in 2021 with her husband and two children.

The family appeared to be living a life of luxury, sources claim. Page fled the couple’s $7,500-a-month apartment after the argument with her husband.

Page, who is originally from Russia, married Brian in 2007 and regularly posted about her love for her new home in New York and shared sweet snaps of her beaming family.

The young mother’s social media is full of smiling family photos with Brian and their two children, including a Halloween scavenger hunt they prepared to welcome their children to the new city in 2021.

According to The Brittany’s website, the building features a “gorgeously landscaped entrance with 24-hour doorman, landscaped gardens with sparkling fountain, elegant two-story lobby, landscaped rooftop terrace with mesmerizing panoramic river and city views.”

The elegant apartment building also features a 7,000-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness club, a 55-foot indoor pool, and men’s and women’s saunas.

The young mother moved to the Big Apple from Temple, Texas in 2021 with her husband and two children. The couple appeared to be living a life of luxury, regularly sharing sweet snaps of their family life in New York City. She was rushed to the hospital on Thursday evening “clinging on to her life”, but succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead on arrival

Just a few blocks from Gracie Mansion, the New York City mayor’s residence, the building is known for its scenic views of the East River and the Harlem River on the Manhattan border.

Page’s apparent suicide came just weeks after another person threw themselves from the top of another tall building in the Big Apple.

The Gotham Hotel was the scene of the death of Playboy model Stephanie Adams after she and her seven-year-old son fell to their deaths from the hotel’s 25th floor

The investigation was launched after a man fell from the Gotham Hotel near Fifth Avenue on Oct. 27, where rooms go for more than $1,000 a night.

The swank hotel was the scene of the death of Playboy model Stephanie Adams after she and her seven-year-old son fell to their deaths from the hotel’s 25th floor.

Adams was married to the boy’s father, Manhattan-based chiropractor Charles Nicolai, and the couple was in the midst of a bitter custody battle at the time.

Authorities said she pushed her 7-year-old son, Vincent, out of a 25th-floor hotel window before jumping to her death.

The two landed on a second floor balcony and were pronounced dead at the scene.

For help and support, call or text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or call The Samaritans at 212-673-3000


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