November 11, 2007

I’m the Weatherman, I Take That Cocoa Leaf and Make That Snow, Sit Back, Watch It Turn to Dough

Filed under: Drugs — omsarti @ 9:52 pm

Preppie Killer Robert Chambers and his longtime girlfriend were busted Monday night on charges of selling enough cocaine from their swank East Side apartment “to levitate Central Park,” police sources said.

Cops said Chambers, 41, struggled with officers who tried to handcuff him on the felony charges. One detective suffered a broken thumb in the fracas.

Chambers, who was freed from prison in February 2003 after serving 15 years for the August 1986 murder of Jennifer Levin in the infamous “rough sex” case, could spend the rest of his life behind bars if convicted of the new charges.

Investigators had seen heavy drug traffic at the apartment in recent months, and undercover cops bought a quarter kilo of coke – a little more than a half pound – with a street value, of $20,000, they said.

The couple is accused of making a total of eight sales to cops posing as small-time drug dealers. One sale of at least 68 grams of coke is an A-1 felony, carrying a sentence of up 30 years. (…)

The sensational and divisive Levin case seemed to expose the dark side of young people, many of them privileged, on the upper East Side in the 1980s.

Chambers, who was a troubled student at a number of prep schools, killed Levin, an 18-year-old graduate of the exclusive Baldwin School, in Central Park on Aug. 26, 1986.

Levin’s strangled, semiclad corpse, which had bruises, bite marks and cuts, was found by a bicyclist beneath an elm tree on a grassy knoll near Fifth Ave. and 83rd St. behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The 6-foot-5 Chambers claimed Levin “raped” him, asked for “rough sex,” tied his hands with her panties and hurt his genitals as she painfully masturbated him. He said she was accidentally killed when he freed his hands and pushed her off him.

After the trial but before he was sentenced, a tabloid TV show broadcast a home video showing Chambers cavorting at a party, amid four lingerie-clad young women, choking himself with his hands while making loud, gagging noises.

Twisting a Barbie doll’s head off, Chambers is heard saying in falsetto: “My name is… Oops! I think I killed it.”


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