The woman convicted along with her son in the murder of a Manhattan socialite in 1998 has died in prison.
The state Department of Corrections says 79-year-old Sante Kimes was found unresponsive Monday night at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in Westchester.
Kimes and her son, Kenneth, were convicted in 2000 in connection with the disappearance of 82-year-old Irene Silverman.
Prosecutors said they conspired to steal Silverman's $7 million Manhattan town house.
Silverman's body was never found.
Sante Kimes was serving 120 years behind bars for the Silverman killing.
Kenneth Kimes was sentenced to 125 years in prison.
The two were also serving time for the killing of a California businessman.
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