Karlie Tomica 'Is Not A Horrible Person,' Says Former Co-Worker

Feb 1, 2013 Full story: Miami New Times 8

Karlie Tomica is currently the most reviled person on Miami Beach. According to police, the Nikki Beach bartender and self-described "party princess" ran over chef Stefano Riccioletti outside his Collins Avenue eatery on Monday morning.

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Miami Beach Party King

Miami, FL

#1 Feb 1, 2013
Yes she is!!!!!! Wait until the tox report comes.... I bet she's contemplating running with her rag-head boyfriend to the Middle East to avoid prosecution. Lets face it, she's going to get 10 years but will serve only 5. I don't know about you but 5 years is a LONG time for me, let alone a 20yr old "party princess".
Miami Party Master

Miami, FL

#2 Feb 1, 2013
They will find ecstasy, marihuana, cocaine and alcohol in her blood..... any bets?
Sobe Party Junkie

Miami, FL

#3 Feb 1, 2013
This bitch needs to FRY!!!!!!!! We all know she was boozed up!!!! She killed a good man and let his kids and wife fatherless bc of her selfishness. She hit and ran bc she was drunk and the truth will come out soon.
Daughter of Police

Miami, FL

#4 Feb 1, 2013
My father works for the MB police and said that she was drunk bc they smelled it on her breath. The toxicology report will be in on Monday. Police will be picking her up again and charging her with vehicular man slaughter DUI with hit and run. The bond will be set really high because shes a runner obviously.....She's going to get about 13 years in prison but will only do about 7. I wonder how the party princess is going to make it? Maybe she will dub herself "Prison Princess"?
Carpet Munch

Miami, FL

#5 Feb 1, 2013
She's going to be munching carpet!!! Carpet Munching Princess... BTW, I hope the family sues the hell out of Nikki Beach for whatever they can.
Card Reader

Miami, FL

#6 Feb 2, 2013
Her life was in a destructive path. She was going to cause more pain than what she has caused now. God intervened. She will live a life of hell for the next 5-7 years but is better than living the rest of her life as a drug addict. When she is released from prison, she will help others in ways no one would think possible. As for the chef, he was going to end up hurting his wife and kids in the near future after loosing his ability to cook. Depression is a bitch. He needed to be taken out. Life has sick twists but its nessasary in order to create balance in good people. Tomica is a good person that just needed to be taught a hard lesson to become the person she was designed to be. Please don't get mad at my post, I am a card reader and that's what my cards say.
sad

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 Feb 6, 2013
Man I get she did a reprehensible thing but whoever is posting here is really enjoying this in a sadistic way.

It almost seems like you're reveling in the vindication and moral assault on this woman. You may not be as morally suspect as karlie but you are definitely on a low moral rung my friend. Get a life and stop assuming you know more about a case than the police and investigators. It's their job not yours.

We all deserve our day in court and right to defense. end of story. That's the American way.

From these posts I know more about you guys than I could ever know about karlie. You feed on this stuff. Youre scary scary scary. Human misery isn't mean to be handled like this. You care more for her downfall than the tragedy she caused. For shame.

Especially the cop daughter here - have some sympathy - you never know when you're going to wind up doing something stupid yourself. Same goes to anyone here including myself.

Actually you seem eerily jealous of her to so celebrate her downfall. Perhaps there is something more personal you need to get out with a professional?
The Memo

Miami, FL

#10 Feb 18, 2013
There are times when I wonder why many people, particularly young people, simply don't understand why there are laws that prohibit driving motor vehicles after drinking alcohol or doing drugs.

After all, we've known that drinking and driving are a dangerous mix ever since the Automobile Age began at the turn of the 20th Century. Operating any type of vehicle under any circumstance is a complex process which requires much care and mental acuity. Drivers need to have quick reflexes and what aircraft pilots call "situation awareness" in order to avoid an accident while going from Point A to Point B. Alcohol tends to dull the senses, impairs judgment and slows the mind's ability to react quickly, especially in situations when split-second decisions have to be made. That's why there are laws on the books to deter or punish individuals who choose to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after having several drinks.

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