Last week, 8-year-old Destiny Antonio survived a seven-story fall from her family's Bronx apartment window at the Castle Hill Houses. Though her window had a guard, her mother Robin Antonio believed the top part of the window might have been faulty, an issue she allegedly complained about to the NYC Housing Authority on a previous occasion. Now the Post reports that the Administration for Children's Service "served Antonio with a court order to produce for interviews the four other children and two grandchildren who live with her. An ACS spokesman said the move is routine procedure whenever there's been a serious accident involving a child." However, Antonio says, "They should be looking at the Housing Authority and their negligence." And little Destiny is still in the hospital in serious condition—she has a broken pelvis, hip and leg.