Lyonne talked with Heeb in 2008 about her upbringing:
"I didn’t have the best parents. I don’t think they are bad people. Even if they weren’t ready to have children, it is kind of a wacky idea to put your child in business at six years old. It’s kind of asking for some crazy consequences. It’s a recipe for shenanigans. I had to become coherent and a businesswoman at six. By ten I was a jaded professional. By 16 my youth was over and my goose cooked. I don’t think they knew better. It was a decision of my parents built on hopeful ignorance."
Braunstein, the self-proclaimed shock-jock and host of "Wise Guys, Black Guys and Rabbis," allegedly abandoned Lyonne when she was a child but wants to be a part of her life again. He raved about her to Heeb back in 2008: “Natasha is a genius . . . She is the best actor in America!" And according to Braunstein, starting so young was actually his daughter’s idea. “She always wanted to be a movie star. She always said she wanted to be a movie star and that is why she started at four.”
Good luck in court, Natasha.