It is known that in the Russian mass-media wrote that the family of the popular actress and star of the TV series “My fair nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk is experiencing some financial difficulties. Daughter celeb Anna sold his business, and his mother Valentina owed a tidy sum for communal.
Husband of car crash, skater Peter Chernyshev spends all the money for her treatment, which is quite expensive. Besides, it is necessary to provide a one-year-old daughter Mila.
To date, most Russian media reported that one of the banks of the Russian Federation has blocked the account of Peter Chernyshev. It is reported by Telegram-channel Mash.
It is noted that the family of the actress has repeatedly denied the information published in this resource.
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According to Mash, the assets Chernyshev was blocked on the initiative of the tax service in St. Petersburg, as he and his company are decorated there.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and Peter Chernyshev
It is also known that the account is blocked for several months. Perhaps the problem is related to suspicious financial transactions.
Recall that Russian actress and star of the TV series “My fair nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk is now undergoing rehabilitation in one of the private Moscow clinics after a serious operation.
As reported by the portal Znayu Known Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, which is now struggling with cancer, may forever remain paralyzed.
The portal also Znayu wrote that the family of Anastasia Zavorotnyuk expressed in the network his indignation about the fact that journalists always revolve around the rehabilitation center, where the star of the series “My fair nanny”.
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