Marina Krim logged onto her blog Thursday afternoon to dote on her 2-year-old son: "Leo speaks in the most adorable way possible." Three hours later, the mother of three young children unleashed a scream that echoed through a luxury Upper West Side apartment, a sound so chilling, so terrifying neighbors immediately dialed 911.
There in a bathtub in the family's apartment were the bodies of Krim's youngest child, who just weeks ago had celebrated his second birthday with "Pinkalicious-inspired cupcakes," and his 6-year-old sister, Lucia, who had performed "beautifully in her ballet recital" in May. Both children had been repeatedly stabbed; on the bathroom floor was their nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, 50, stabbing herself in the neck with a kitchen knife, her wrists slit, New York police said.
The father, Kevin Krim, a senior vice president for CNBC Digital and former Yahoo executive, was returning from a trip to the West Coast. He was met by police at John F. Kennedy International Airport and informed of the news.
"A member of the CNBC family has suffered an unimaginable loss," NBC Universal said in a statement. "The sadness that we all feel for Kevin, Marina and their family is without measure."
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Police: 2 kids found dead in Manhattan apartment; bleeding nanny accused