A mentally ill woman who shoved a female straphanger into the side of a train as it pulled into Times Square has been indicted for attempted murder — and one of her prior victims said it’s “what she deserved.”
Anthonia Egegbara, 29, was not in Manhattan Criminal Court Wednesday when a grand jury returned an indictment charging her with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree attempted assault and second-degree assault for the shocking attack Monday on Lenny Javier that left her with a broken nose and fractured chin.
Three months earlier Egegbara was released without bail after viciously pummeling stranger Jasmine Robles on a Harlem train — knocking out her front tooth, breaking her nose and leaving her with a black eye.
“That’s what she deserved,” Robles told the Post of the indictment. “She almost took someone’s life. Her…