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Annabel Sen, age 24, sues Michael Rubin, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner, after being hit by chair that flew off his Manhattan penthouse twelve story balcony

Annabel Sen, on January 25, was in Manhattan's Union Square district, out with her boyfriend for lunch, walking down the street with her boyfriend, out to eat lunch together. However, there was a rainstorm, with high winds, and a chair fell from a high-rise penthouse, hitting Sel, who was 23-years-old, at the time. She has since turned 24, suing the company that owns the building, which is owned by Michael Rubin, thus suing Rubin. A spokesperson for the 76ers owner says that he wasn't residing in the penthouse, at the time of the incident, instead saying it was being rented out by the co-founders of tech company, Brax.

Annabel Sen, on January 25, was in Manhattan's Union Square district, out with her boyfriend for lunch, walking down the street with her boyfriend, out to eat lunch together. However, there was a rainstorm, with high winds, and a chair fell from a high-rise penthouse, hitting Sel, who was 23-years-old, at the time. She has since turned 24, suing the company that owns the building, which is owned by Michael Rubin, thus suing Rubin. A spokesperson for the 76ers owner says that he wasn't residing in the penthouse, at the time of the incident, instead saying it was being rented out by the co-founders of tech company, Brax.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

A regular Manhattan, New York City day ended up being a whole ordeal for Annabel Sen, back in January. She was walking down the street, preparing to have lunch with her boyfriend. However, a rainstorm was brewing, and the wind was up.

Annabel Sen, 23-years-old, at the time, had the misfortune of walking past a penthouse, which sat atop twelve stories. As the rainstorm intensified, wind picked up. A chair, on the penthouse balcony, flew off, hitting Sen, obviously injuring her.

Because of these injuries, Annabel Sen sought to sue, filing a lawsuit against GR Realty Holdings, LLC., the owner of the building. The company, in turn, is owned by Michael Rubin, a co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers. However, a spokesperson for Rubin said he was not residing at the penthouse, during the time of the incident, instead the co-founders of tech company, Brax, were occupying the home, at the time.

Source: Daily Mail

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