The millionaire Long Island couple who were found guilty yesterday on 12 counts of enslaving and abusing their Indonesian help had their mansion confiscated yesterday. One of their twentysomething daughters, a diabetic, fainted in court when the verdict was read aloud; her mother followed suit. From the Facebook page of the couple's oldest child, 23-year-old Parsons grad Pooja, it's hard to tell that anything other than questionable decorating and bad makeup was going on in that house. In 400 candid images, the four Sabhnani kids come off like less-mouthy and more-Indian versions of the Gotti boys. "OMG, i LOVE the gift!! thank you soooooooo much deedz!!!" writes one of Pooja's sisters, both of whom go to Pace, on her page. "Hey! Didn't see you today :( and now i'm working at Borders tonight yet again - so try to come over tomorrow or else i'll just see you next weekend!" is how a wall post from a friend goes. Who knew slave owners also tended toward abuse of the exclamation point? More pictures after the jump.

Facebook: Pooja Sabhnani

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