A terrible statement about the state of Anastasia Zavorotnyuk made the controversial blogger Elena Miro. She suggested that Anastasia Zavorotnyuk will soon leave this world.
Secular columnist Elena Miro explained their suspicions that the relatives of “My fair nanny” refuse to say anything concrete. All the statements of the family of the actress are reduced to the fact that Anastasia Zavorotnyuk hurts to discuss it is not necessary, and the treatment needs money.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and Peter Chernyshev, Instagram
“I think the problem is not the desire to avoid the intervention of journalists. Journalists interfere, intervene and will intervene no matter what. And people are entertained, amused and will amuse themselves with talking about that car crash – a brain tumor as long as the Nasty, sorry, not going to die,” said Miro. Elena Miro
The blogger suspects in celebrities the kind of brain tumor that cannot be cured – for example, glioblastoma, from which he died in 2015, the singer Zhanna Friske. Miro explained, such a diagnosis can only mean one thing — that the patient will soon die.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, photos: Hyser
“One in a hundred will last up to five years, and all these five years he will be back on the operating table and undergo courses of chemotherapy, since glioblastoma has the ability to grow again,” said Explorer. Elena Miro
The blogger says that the vast majority of people with this diagnosis do not live a year. And in this she sees the reason for the deathly silence of the family of Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Miro believes that in the case of the car crash “a matter of months, maybe in the week.”
Earlier, the daughter Zavorotnyuk cancer put on a show right in the middle of the street
As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, daughter Zavorotnyuk broke the silence network
Also Know As.Eeyore” wrote that Anfisa Chekhov commented on the disturbing news about Zavorotnyuk
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