The elite Choate boarding school is embroiled in a tabloid-ready scandal, involving catty Facebook postings about students drinking and taking drugs.
Lynnley Browning is a frequent contributor to the business pages of The New York Times and is a former Moscow-based correspondent for Reuters, where she covered energy and commodities. She grew up in Tulsa, Okla., majored in Slavic Languages and Literatures at Princeton University, and is fluent in Russian. She lives in Hamden, Conn., with her son.
Lynnley Browning investigates the summer’s social phenomenon of lovely, young, Russian-born women flocking to Southampton to find moneyed men.
In the countdown to the big event, The Daily Beast has learned some new details about the bridesmaids, the flower girl, and the truth about the guest list.
Dubbed “The Wedding of the Century,” the Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky nuptials this month are shrouded in secrecy. Lynnley Browning lifts the veil on the mansion, the party, the guests, and the gift bags.