A Florida woman who was sentenced to life in prison in the killing of her millionaire husband claims she’s still entitled to half their marital property, including his Batmobile.
The victim, 53-year-old Ben Novack Jr., was a multi-millionaire Florida businessman. His mutilated body was discovered in a hotel room in Rye Brook in the early morning hours of July 12, 2009.
Narcy Novack, 56, of Fort Lauderdale was not in the federal courtroom to hear the sentence. She waived her right to appear, just as she did when the verdict was delivered in June.
There was a guilty verdict Wednesday in the suburban millionaire murder trial. The victim’s wife and her brother are both facing heavy time in federal prison for staging two murders in a bid to grab an inheritance.
There was a stunning twist in the murder-for-hire trial of Narcy Novack. She’s accused of conspiring with her brother to arrange the deaths of her millionaire husband, and his mother. On Monday, she pointed the finger of blame at her own daughter.
Narcy Novack is accused of hiring hit men to kill her husband at the Rye Town Hilton Hotel in 2009.
Narcy Novack told The Journal News in a phone interview there’s no “proof” her husband is actually dead, even though police say there is no question that three years ago Ben Novack Jr. was bludgeoned and stabbed to death.
Novack is accused of arranging the murder of her millionaire husband. She told police she knew nothing of his killing until she tripped over his body as she entered their hotel room in 2009.
Prosecutors are calling for life in prison for the wife accused of hiring hit men to kill her husband in a Westchester hotel.
Prosecutors have decided not to seek the death penalty in the case of a Florida woman accused of arranging the killings of her husband and mother-in-law.
Narcy Novack, the Florida woman accused of arranging the killings of her husband and mother-in-law, was already complaining last year about how much time she’d spent in jail.
Federal prosecutors alleged a third murder plot Monday in connection with the killing of a Florida millionaire in a suburban New York hotel.