Media: Maksakova asked to check her ex-husband as a “thief in law”

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Singer Maria Maksakova-Igenbergs filed an application addressed to Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev with a request to check her ex-husband, Vladimir Tyurin, for his status of “thief in law.” Writes about this “Kommersant”.

According to the publication, the artist wrote a statement on April 21. In it, she reportedly said that she had watched a video on the Internet about “Russian thieves in law”, and the main character was her former common-law spouse.

According to journalists, Maksakova wrote that “Tyurin’s thief status” is a well-known fact, “therefore she asked to check the data presented in the video” for the presence of signs of illegal acts in the actions of Vladimir Anatolyevich Tyurin “under article 210.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation – about occupation the highest position in the criminal hierarchy. The applicant stated that she was aware of the responsibility for knowingly false denunciation.

“I am afraid of physical elimination,” Kommersant quotes Maksakova’s commentary. “I am really afraid of him.”

According to her, the motive for committing a crime against her “is Tyurin’s desire” to take possession of an apartment on Presnenskaya embankment.

We are talking about an apartment with an area of ​​274 sq m, which Maksakova gave her father. Several years ago, the property was stolen from the owner, as it is assumed, one of the organized crime groups, but the artist was able to restore property rights. Tyurin then helped Maksakova in this matter, but on the condition that she would issue a deed of gift for an apartment in the name of their common children. However, the singer later decided that this was how her ex-husband wanted to appropriate the house, and stopped the deal. Tyurin filed a lawsuit to compel Maksakova to donate.

In alliance with Tyurin, Maksakova gave birth to a son and a daughter. Her third child, the youngest son, was born in 2016 in a registered marriage with State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov. Later, the singer and at that time a parliamentarian said that a year before that she was pregnant with twins, but lost her children amid stress due to the criminal prosecution of her husband. Since the end of 2016, the couple lived in Kiev. In March 2017, Voronenkov was shot dead in the center of the Ukrainian capital. The Ukrainian prosecutor’s office later stated that Tyurin was the customer of the crime, according to the investigation. His Ukrainian security officials also called him “controlled by the FSB.” In 2019, the Kiev court dropped the charges against Tyurin.

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