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Scandalous Tishchenko breaks up with his wife: what is known about Alla Baranovska and what property reissued to her by the MP

Ivanna ShepelSociety
Tishchenko and Baranovska file for divorce

Scandalous Ukrainian MP Mykola Tyshchenko and his wife Alla Baranovska have filed for divorce. The relevant proceedings were opened by the Obolonsky District Court of Kyiv on November 20, 2023.

This was reported by Bihus.Info, citing the portal of the Judiciary of Ukraine. The couple got married in 2016 and have a son together.

Scandalous Tishchenko breaks up with his wife: what is known about Alla Baranovska and what property reissued to her by the MP

There had been no hints of a misunderstanding in the family or a possible divorce before, although some netizens noticed that Baranovska had recently begun to rarely post photos of herself and her husband together. However, back in January 2023, she even emphasized that her relationship with Tyshchenko had become even stronger.

Scandalous Tishchenko breaks up with his wife: what is known about Alla Baranovska and what property reissued to her by the MP

The journalists asked the couple to comment on this information, but did not receive a response.

It should be noted that Mykola Tyshchenko was elected as a member of the Servant of the People party in 2019. Prior to entering politics, he was a well-known showman and TV presenter, as well as the owner of the Nasha Karta restaurant chain (which included Velour, Richelieu, Turgenef, Safe, Three Forks, Coin, W Lunch, Olmeca Plage beach complex, Fahrenheit bar, and others). He is also the godfather of the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak.

The politician's wife, Alla Baranovska, is a former model who now owns the Clipse beauty salon chain. As noted in the publication, before entering politics, Tyshchenko re-registered part of his restaurant business to his wife.

Thus, Baranovska currently owns 74.55% of Svit LTD (the Safe restaurant) and 30% of Rimid LLC (Velour restaurant).

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the MP's name was involved in another scandal. The journalist said that the brother of Tyshchenko's assistant, Bohdan Zahynay, won a tender from the National Police for the purchase of cameras, the cost of which (UAH 6.778 million) was UAH 2.5 million higher than the market price.

Earlier, Mykola Tyshchenko, having voted against the opening of e-declarations, hypocritically boasted of his "openness" to the public. However, before that, he voted against the main amendment to this draft law - No. 371 on immediate opening of declarations.

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