Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and Peter Chernyshev, Instagram
The mother of the famous Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk can be arrested for nonpayment of fines for violation of traffic rules.
About it write local mass-media.
Yes, the mats are the stars of “My fair nanny” has repeatedly violated safety rules and received “letters of happiness” on fines, the amount of which reaches about 27 thousand rubles. It is reported that most of these fines mother Zavorotnyuk received at the end of this summer, when it became known about illness of her daughter.
They say that the mother of the actress is not behind the wheel, but the husband of Anastasia — Peter Chernyshev several times seen driving the Porsche Panamera. However, the machine recorded on Valentina (the car gave her daughter five years ago), so to answer to the law will have for her. Just for this machine including 332 major and minor traffic violations.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, photo: Instagram
Besides, the family of the actress fell another problem – the Moscow Federal tax service billed Zavorotniuk for non-payment of property tax. With Russian stars going to recover for 24 thousand rubles (more than 9 thousand hryvnia) is the amount that has accumulated for non-payment of tax for the apartment in the center of Moscow. At the same time Zavorotnyuk continues to struggle with a serious illness.
It is known that for the treatment of the stars need large sums of money, because her husband, figure skater Peter Chernyshev takes more work. Skater plays key roles in the ice show Tatiana Navka “the Scarlet flower” and “Ruslan and Lyudmila”. Besides, he will participate in a number of projects in December.
Recall anabaena Zavorotnyuk and her family was supported by the famous figure skaters.
As reported by the portal Znaia the doctor Zavorotnyuk alarmed by the truth about the state of the actress.
Also Know As.Eeyore wrote, a close friend Zavorotnyuk told how cashing in on the name of the actress.
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