Inside Ivana Trump’s home, where she feared she fell down the stairs before dying, as new scene details were revealed

AFTER Ivana Trump’s death, Upper East Side Street, where she lived, was placed under lockdown as her body was removed from her townhouse.

Ivana – Donald Trump’s first wife and mother of the former president’s three children – was found dead at the bottom of a staircase in her New York City home on Thursday afternoon. She was 73.

A flower tribute to Ivana Trump is left outside of Ivana Trump's apartment on the Upper East Side in New York City

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A flower tribute to Ivana Trump is left outside of Ivana Trump’s apartment on the Upper East Side in New York CityPhoto credit: Alex Kent for The US Sun
Media gather outside Ms Trump's home after news broke Thursday that she had died

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Media gather outside Ms Trump’s home after news broke Thursday that she had diedPhoto Credit: AP:Associated Press
General view of Mrs. Trump's New York townhouse

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General view of Mrs. Trump’s New York townhouseCredit: Contour RA – Getty

The FDNY said in an email responding to a call from someone that Ivana went into cardiac arrest around 12:40 p.m.

The NYPD said in an email that the EMS responded and pronounced Ms Trump dead at the scene.

“There doesn’t seem to be any crime. The coroner will determine the cause of death,” the NYPD said.

Mrs. Trump’s luxury townhouse at 10 East 64th St. is in the middle of the block sandwiched by 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue.

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Both cross streets were cordoned off by police when officers removed her body around 4 p.m.

Angelo Colavito, who works as a private security guard in the building across from Ms. Trump, was one of the few to witness the grim scene.

“I was sad when I saw the truck back into their building,” Colavito said Friday morning.

“The police did their job and covered the umbrellas and everything, but it was tough. I will never see or speak to her again.”

Colavito met Ms. Trump for the past eight years while working in security.

“When I first found out who this was, the last name Trump was a little intimidating. They want to leave her alone, but she was very nice and always talked to me,” he said.

“Kind of small talk. I accompanied her across the street. I helped her get over that puddle,” Colavito said, pointing to the creek that ran down the street from the road construction site.

“If she didn’t have the last name, you’d never know it. She was a sweet, wonderful woman. If she was having a bad day, you’d never know.”

MS TRUMP’S DETERIORATION OF HEALTH

Ms Trump’s health has been deteriorating rapidly in the past year or so, three people told The Sun on Friday morning.

A bouncer on her street, who wished to remain anonymous, said she is not the same after her fourth ex-husband, Rossano Rubicondi, died in October 2021.

“She used to always wear heels and walk straight,” he said. “After his death, she didn’t come out as often. She wore flat shoes and walked hunched over with a cane.”

During the Christmas season, neighbors were used to Ms. Trump’s decorations and would see them outside their home.

But that didn’t happen last Christmas, her neighbor Ruth Randall said.

“I haven’t seen her in over a year,” Randall said. “She wasn’t out this Christmas. I don’t think she hung the same amount of decorations. I think it was something to acknowledge that it was Christmas.”

Colavito said he noticed that she didn’t look as healthy as she had in years past, but he didn’t want to intrude on her life. He said he just wanted to make sure she was safe.

PROTECTING MS TRUMP DURING THE NYC CIVIL UNREST

About a year and a half ago – after the killing of George Floyd and the Racial Awakening protests – the neighborhood around Ms. Trump turned violent, Colavito said.

He worked the night protesters jumped onto cars, shouted obscenities and threats, and threw a Molotov cocktail into a restaurant on the Madison Avenue side of East 64th Street.

He did his job to protect people in his building while making sure Ms. Trump was safe, he said.

“I stayed outside the whole time, making sure nobody smashed their windows or did anything to her or her home,” Colavito said.

“I knew she was old and alone. I didn’t want to let anything happen to her.”

THE MORNING AFTER HER DEATH

A bouquet of flowers was left outside her door the morning after Ms Trump’s death.

Otherwise everything was as usual in the affluent neighborhood, apart from the few camera crews outside the building.

Joggers and dog walkers stopped by and construction continued on the 5th Avenue side, diagonally across from Ms. Trump’s home.

A few people stopped to take a picture of the flower and one person respectfully tipped his hat.

Two neighbors who spoke to The Sun on Friday morning said they know her and have seen her walking around the neighborhood but did not know her personally.

Mrs. Trump poses for a photograph at her home in New York on August 17, 2005

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Mrs. Trump poses for a photograph at her home in New York on August 17, 2005Photo Credit: AP:Associated Press
Sometime overnight, someone left a bouquet of flowers on Ms. Trump's door

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Sometime overnight, someone left a bouquet of flowers on Ms. Trump’s doorPhoto credit: Alex Kent for The US Sun
Atmosphere while Haley Binn, Jason Binn and Ivana Trump spring into summer with a private cocktail reception at the Ivana Trump Residence in New York City

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Atmosphere while Haley Binn, Jason Binn and Ivana Trump spring into summer with a private cocktail reception at the Ivana Trump Residence in New York CityPhoto credit: Getty Images
A look inside Ms. Trump's posh New York townhouse on the Upper East Side

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A look inside Ms. Trump’s posh New York townhouse on the Upper East SidePhoto credit: Getty Images

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DevanCole

DevanCole is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: devancole@dailynationtoday.com.

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