She stared him down, saw the fear in his eyes and called his bluff.
The daring wife of a world-renowned sculptor brazenly told an armed bandit he didn’t have the b---s to shoot her as the mugger pointed a gun at her chest, she told the Daily News Wednesday.
Anna Graham said she was standing in her pajamas in front of her home on Grand St. in SoHo, smoking a cigarette and watching a car for two friends who were about to leave for the Hamptons, when a pair of thugs confronted her around 1 a.m. on July 3.
One whipped out a black handgun and pointed it at Graham as his cohort began rummaging through the unlocked car, cops said. “He asked me for my wallet and I said, ‘Are you kidding me?’ ” the feisty 54-year-old recounted. “I was in my pajamas, for Christ’s sake!
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