‘We have to stop talking about the case on the recorded line’: Woman convicted of killing 2 young brothers in crosswalk has been engaged in illegal activity from behind bars, prosecutors say

Rebecca Grossman, center, is flanked by her daughter Alexis Grossman, left, and husband Peter Grossman, right, as she walks near the Los Angeles courthouse where she was tried for murder (YouTube screengrab/KTLA). Inset: Police at the scene of the deadly crash where Rebecca Grossman fatally struck brothers Jacob Iskander, 8, and Mark Iskander, 11, with her car on Sept. 29, 2020 (YouTube screengrab/KNBC).

Rebecca Grossman, center, is flanked by her daughter Alexis Grossman, left, and husband Peter Grossman, right, as she walks near the Los Angeles courthouse where she was tried for murder (YouTube screengrab/KTLA). Inset: Police at the scene of the deadly crash where Rebecca Grossman fatally struck brothers Jacob Iskander, 8, and Mark Iskander, 11, with her car on Sept. 29, 2020 (YouTube screengrab/KNBC).

A judge Monday sentenced a well-to-do Los Angeles woman to 15 years to life in prison for the hit-and-run deaths of two young brothers.

Rebecca Grossman, 60, was convicted in February in the deaths of Jacob Iskander, 8, and Mark Iskander, 11, whom she struck with her car as they crossed the street at a marked crosswalk in their Westlake Village neighborhood on Sept. 29, 2020. Westlake Village is a Los Angeles-area city in the San Fernando Valley, about 35 miles northwest of downtown LA.

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