A court in the Khabarovsk Territory limited the parental rights of Viktor Gavrilov, who in January 2020 abandoned his two young sons at Sheremetyevo airport. This was announced on Thursday, August 13, by TASS with reference to the regional prosecutor’s office.
It is noted that the mother of the boys filed a lawsuit to restrict Gavrilov’s parental rights.
“By the decision of the Central District Court of the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the demands of the mother of two young children to restrict the parental rights of their father were satisfied,” the message says.
Gavrilov, who flew from Khabarovsk to Moscow with two children on January 26, left them at the airport with documents and a note that he was temporarily unable to take care of them, and flew to Rostov-on-Don. The incident caused a wide public outcry.
In fact, immediately after the incident, the boys’ mother, Olga Pushkareva, said that she had endured her husband’s bullying for years and was ready to take her sons. However, before the children were transferred to their grandmother, who lives in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.
On February 14, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Khabarovsk Territory reported that the boys were taken by their mother.
The man is accused of committing crimes under Art. 125 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Leaving in danger”) and according to clause “g” of Part 3 of Art. 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Theft”). According to the investigation, the accused stole 100 thousand rubles from his acquaintance using the Sberbank Online mobile application. A court in Komsomolsk-on-Amur this week began considering the Gavrilov case. He did not admit his guilt.