A Queens prostitute was sentenced to 30 years in jail for fatally killing four of her client with the deadly drug called fentanyl. The deceased included the head chef of Cipriani called Andrea Zamperoni.
The Queens prostitute pleaded guilty to her August charges where she confessed to distributing fentanyl to a number of men and later on “date rape” chef Andrea Zamperoni in a bewitching scheme of robbing her incapacitated affluent clients.
43-years-old Angelina Barini appeared in front of the US District Judge Brian Cogan who declared the final verdict at the Brooklyn Federal Court.
Barini appeared to be crying and in distress while the verdict was announced.
The court called out her crimes as shocking and demanded a severe punishment even though the prostitute confessed to having a troubled family life and being a habitual drug user and abuser.
“There is no level of disadvantage of being raised that can mitigate what you did here … drug addiction or no drug addiction, something has to kick in,” Judge Cogan said.
A close relative of one of the victims stated before the final verdict that there should be no sympathy for the temptress.
“I understand she doesn’t have a good history,” the cousin said. “I don’t have a good history. It’s no excuse. She killed four people … She deserves what she gets now.”
The victim was going to school with plans to get into construction, “ she said.
“You ruined that. I don’t forgive you,” the cousin said, her voice shaking with emotion. “We were best friends. She took that away. She took that away. I don’t feel sorry for you.”
The prosecutors announced that Barini had allegedly served fentanyl drugs various times to multiple clients during the summer of 2019. She also schemed robbery on the drugged clients.
Barini was also allegedly accused of date raping chef Zamperoni who later on died on 18th august at an Elmhurt motel. The sex worker disposed of the body of the chef by wrapping it in bleached sheets and later dumping it in a garbage bin.
The Queens prostitute had a meltdown several times during the hearing and had a face of shock and disbelief when the final verdict was announced.