March 22, 2023

Who Is Alex Lerner (Dan Gasby Girlfriend) Wiki, Bio, Age, Husband, Children, Net worth

Alex Lerner Biography

Alex Lerner is a radio show host of ‘Thank You, Dan and Alex’ that airs on 77 WABC, Sundays at 7p.m. She is also an employee at Le Bilboquet. She is the girlfriend of Dan Gasby who is the husband of the late former model and restaurateur B. Smith.

Alex Lerner Age – How Old Is Alex Lerner

Alex is 53 years old; she was born in 1966 in the U.S.

Alex Lerner Net worth

Alex has an estimated net worth of $22,000.

Alex Lerner Ex-Husband

Alex was previously married but has since divorced the father of her three children. His name is unknown.

She dated Dard Coaxum, an owner of Harlem Shake Fame Restaurant but the couple broke up on February 2016 after Dard was sentenced to 15 months in prison after he was found guilty of assault following a June 2015 incident. He slugged a stranger so hard that the man suffered permanent brain damage and eventually died.

Alex Lerner Children

Alex is a mother of three children One daughter is Jacqui Lerner while the names of the rest two kids are unknown.

Alex Lerner Dan Gasby

Alex is in a relationship with Dan Gasby whois an American Businessman and Media Executive. He is also the husband of the late former model and restaurateur B. Smith. Alex and Dan first met in 2017 while hanging out at a bar in the Hamptons. Alex had previously met Dan at charity events. She told The Washington Post that she didn’t want to go out with a married man but she realized that Dan “is not a man cheating on his wife. What I admire about him is that he takes care of her.” She too moved in to help.

On December 18, 2018 Dan went public about his relationship with Lerner. He posted a photo of themselves on Facebook with the caption; “To steal the title from 50 Cent & The Game “Hate it or Love it!” You can debate, but for me I’m just feelin’ great! Life’s to short to ask for a rebate so I’m gonna surf ? thru life before it’s toooo late!!! #whylie.”

Most people criticized Dan but during an interview with The Washington Post that it was easy for people to criticize him especially those who’ve never ersonally cared for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease.

“It’s the toughest thing I’ve ever dealt with. Anybody who is an Alzheimer’s caregiver knows exactly what other caregivers are going through. It’s 24/7. The complexity and the intensity of it is very tough.”