Moscow fraudsters illegally sold 4-room apartment of daughter of famous Ukrainian actress for UAH 13 million: details
In Moscow, in 2022, fraudsters sold a 4-room apartment that belonged to Zhanna Krynitsyna, the daughter of People's Artist of Ukraine Margarita Krynitsyna. The granddaughter of the legendary actress appealed to Russian law enforcement agencies, claiming that her mother was already living abroad when the deal was signed.
Although the apartment was illegally sold last summer, the investigation was launched only on March 6. This was reported by Russian propagandists (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
The article says that Zhanna Krynitsyna, the daughter of well-known Ukrainian cultural figures Margarita Krynitsyna and Yevhen Onoprienko, left Russia for Spain. Losses from the sale of the 4-room apartment are estimated at 29 million rubles (UAH 13 million).
"We received a statement from the daughter of the 75-year-old owner of an apartment located in the Dubrovka residential complex that unknown persons, having forged her signature and provided her false passport data, entered into a fictitious contract of sale of an apartment with a total area of 155 square metres, causing damage of 28,840,773 rubles," law enforcement agencies told the propaganda agency.
The fraud was checked back in June 2022, but Zhanna Krynitsyna may have found out about it only recently. Russia says it has launched an investigation.
During her lifetime, Margarita Krynitsyna starred in more than 100 film projects, including Chasing Two Hares, The Green Van, A Single Woman Wants to Meet, Born of the Revolution, and more. The actress passed away in 2005 in Kyiv and was buried at the Baikove Cemetery.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Ukrainian-born singer Anna Asti boasted of Russian awards. The singer was named "Singer of the Year" at the Zhara Music Awards. In addition, she received an award for a song performed with Putinist Kirkorov.
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