Paul Auster: The son of famous writer Daniel, arrested after his baby died from an overdose

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Daniel Auster, the 44-year-old son of famous writer Paul Auster, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter following the death of his 10-month-old daughter. A dark affair uncovered by New York police on Sunday April 17, 2022.

Dark affair for Paul Auster’s family…

On Sunday, April 17, 2022, New York City police announced that the famous American writer’s son has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after his 10-month-old daughter died of an overdose.

Daniel Auster, 44, was caring for his daughter Ruby at his home in Brooklyn on November 1 when the baby was found unconscious. She was taken to the hospital where she died. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner concluded that the death was due to “acute intoxication from the combined action of fentanyl and heroin‘ the police told AFP.The incident was ruled a homicide“After consulting with prosecutors, police added that Daniel Auster had been arrested and charged with manslaughter and manslaughter. According to local media in New York, he was arrested on Friday evening.

Daniel Auster had a run-in with police back in 1996 when André “Angel” Melendez, a suspected drug dealer, was murdered. The writer’s son was not involved in the crime. He pleaded guilty to possession of $3,000 stolen from Melendez and was sentenced to probation. Two other people had pleaded guilty to murdering Melendez and confessed to dumping his body in the Hudson River.

Paul Auster is one of New York’s most renowned writers, most notably the author of New York trilogy, moon palace and Leviathan.

In his novel The Night of the Oraclepublished in 2003, the narrator is a writer whose son is a drug addict.

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