In Moscow, a regular meeting was held on the division of property of the humorist Yevgeny Petrosyan and his ex-wife Elena Stepanenko. This time the showman attended the event personally.
During the meeting, the artist made a statement on the process. He admitted that he is most worried about the fate of paintings, books and antiques, according to “StarHit”. Also, the comedian spoke in detail about when he became interested in art, and where the paintings were acquired. He even said on what basis he selected them.
At the trial, it became obvious that Stepanenko had nothing to do with the collection. However, she still wants to take most of it for herself.
Earlier, Petrosyan’s lawyer Sergei Zhorin noted that there was hope that this long process would soon be completed. According to him, both sides “are tired of this protracted story.” Thus, the process for the division of property has every chance of ending peacefully.
Stepanenko and Petrosyan divorced in 2018. The couple have been married for 33 years. At that time, the comedian was 73 years old. Later it became known that he married his assistant Tatyana Brukhunova.
With his ex-wife, Yevgeny Vaganovich continues to share property. Now the fate of several apartments is being decided, as well as cars, suburban property and art objects.