And if the devoted boyfriend, as per Susie
, was right there witnessing the whole thing, why wasn't he
beloved's side as she
got hauled off in cuffs?
Well, the rich are different, that's for sure, and my oh my, what is in the water along the Main Line
that breeds crazies like this?
We are guessing that Ms. T-T would have preferred the Ritz last night...bet she
didn't find a mint on her
pillow in the big house, pokey, whatever you want to call jail.
And if her
temper is so out of control, can she
be trusted to be a responsible parent?
After all this time she
is accused also of shoving a minor child....
Late Sunday, less than three months after banking heiress Susan Tabas Tepper
was sentenced to probation and fined for hitting a nanny with a bag of carrots and beating the woman up, police again were called to her
Now, the 44-year-old socialite is accused of assaulting a second nanny - allegedly scratching the side of her
face and shoving the woman to the ground when she
tried to leave the estate house on Eagle Farm Road.
What's more, Montgomery County authorities said in an affidavit that when the nanny's 9-year-old daughter, who was present, tried to intervene to protect her
to the ground and called the little girl a "bitch."
This time around, Tepper's
alleged antics have placed her
in a different kind of big house, the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Eagleville.
Authorities ordered the divorced mother of four sent there because she
is accused of violating her
probation from the first incident.
One of the children has cancer and Tepper
is "very involved" with the child's treatment, Steinberg said.
was charged with two counts of simple assault and harassment of her nanny, Urszula Kordzior, and her nanny's daughter, in the incident that took place shortly before 11 p.m. Sunday.
Tepper is the daughter of the late Daniel Tabas, who was the chairman of Royal Bank and a restaurateur.
Main Line estate is where she
has hosted fundraising events for the Curtis Institute of Music
and the Pennsylvania Hospital Auxiliary.
And this incident has put Susan Tabas Tepper
, 44, of the 700 block of Eagle Farm Road, Villanova
, behind bars, at least temporarily.
Lower Merion police Wednesday morning arrested Tepper
on two misdemeanor charges of simple assault as well as summary offenses of harassment and disorderly conduct involving a new alleged incident of nanny abuse.
District Judge Kathleen Valentine, who arraigned Tepper following her arrest, set bail at $10,000 or 10 percent.