The famous Ukrainian showman Vladimir Ostapchuk said that from now on not accept the criticism regarding his divorce with his wife Elena Voychenko.
This time journalists managed to find out who is the woman that destroyed the once a model is known to the family. Rumor has it that the new darling of Ostapchuk is a woman named Christine. She is 33 years old and she works as a notary, reads “Star trek.”
Vladimir Met Christine at a wedding in Italy in the summer, where Ostapchuk was leading, and the girl is a bridesmaid. That there’s a novel show photos of the same places in the same moment in fotoblogg both.
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Vladimir Ostapchuk, Clutch.ua
Interestingly, previously outraged by the behavior of Ostapchuk, the eldest daughter of Snezhana Egorova Anastasia in the comments under the post recalled a young female lawyer.
“It’s sad of course that’s all … “and go nowhere” very funny… Better than a notary public the lawyer to say that less bragging .. it’s Disgusting when a man behaves … especially with children,” wrote Anastasia.
Screenshot photo from Instagram
Note that even in 2019 an ex-presenter of the channel “Ukraine” Ostapchuk said that leaves his wife with whom he has two children. And later Elena Voychenko frankly told in the “Star trek” that she was tired Horny man who work do not have time for family. And could not tolerate his numerous infidelity.
Recall that Ostapchuk after a divorce and “Dancing with the stars” I couldn’t resist.
Previously portal “Know.news Agency” reported that Ostapchuk was handcuffed and locked in a cage.
The portal also “Know.Eeyore” wrote that Ostapchuk after “Dancing with the stars” and painful divorce urgently needed assistance to the Ukrainians.
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my email@example.com 1-800-268-7116