As you know, the actress and former bride Wladimir Klitschko Hayden panettiere was subjected to brutal violence because of a new boyfriend who beat her up. This situation caused a great resonance in Hollywood, and the Ukrainian boxer expressed support for the girl and offered her help.
However, after the court was cleared of all charges, the actress refused to testify against Brian Hickerson who caused her serious injuries during a domestic dispute.
Moreover, the scandalous couple is often seen together. So, Brian shared on his Instagram a picture from the celebration of thanksgiving. Among the guests can be seen 30-year-old actress panettiere, which in may 2019 he nearly killed.
Hayden panettiere in the company of Brian Hickerson, photo: Instagram /@brianhickerson
“What a wonderful stay with good people on thanksgiving”, signed photograph of boy Actresses.
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Recall, Hayden panettiere, back to her boyfriend Brian Hickerson. They appeared on 7 November in the airport in Los Angeles together.
As reported by the portal Znayu, panettiere quite often visits Kiev to see four-year-old daughter Kaya-Evdokia.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Klitschko turned into a beast after hearing about the abuse of panettiere.
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