Zavorotnyuk was saved from prison: ex-spouse has revealed all the details

Dmitry Stryukov is the second terminally ill actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. The man revealed details of a very unpleasant incident with the actress.

The former husband of actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk told how once he had to rescue the wife of an American prison, reports LigaNews c a reference to the Russian Dialogue.

It should be noted that the second husband of Anastasia Zavorotnyuk for the first time openly spoke about the difficult period in their family life.

Dmitry Stryukov admitted that the actress was suspected of forgery and he had to literally save her from prison.

According to the former husband of the actress, at the time of this incident they lived in the United States. Dmitry admitted that he has given a very handsome sum to the wife for her small business real estate, but things did not go as hoped.

At first all was well, and the actress even managed to buy two cottages in Chicago and Los Angeles. However, after a short period of time she was arrested, stating that she had forged documents for these homes.

True or not, Dimitri did not elaborate, but added that he tried very hard to pull a favorite out of this “mess”. According to striukove, he hired the best lawyers and helped to pull a car crash of an American prison.

Also Dmitry said that after the incident, they politely asked me to leave the States. The house, bought it, had to sell.

As previously reported LigaNews withtradusa brain cancer Zavorotnyuk prepared for the worst signing of the last will and Testament. The actress is seriously concerned about his condition.

It is also known that before the resuscitation car crash discovered serious problems with health. Details seriously scared of Internet users.
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