“I was sitting outside with my mom and I had just asked her if I could watch a Leonardo DiCaprio movie. All of a sudden, I heard a shot,” Alexis said.
“It was really loud.”
Sharon said she “saw the gun from [Gelman’s] window pointed right at my daughter. I don’t know how my daughter is alive. Thank God she’s OK.”
They ran inside and called 911. When detectives arrived, Gelman, refused to answer the door, Sharon said, adding, We could see her in the window, she was washing the dishes, pretending everything was OK.”
Cops got a search warrant and found a .38-caliber revolver and 43 bullets in a safe in Gelman’s basement, according to court papers.
She was charged with weapons possession and possession of ammunition and freed without bail.