Zavorotnyuk was secretly discharged from the clinic – statement by the Director of the artist has stirred up the Network

Today it became known that suffering from brain cancer, the actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk secretly left a hospital.

It is reported that Anastasia Zavorotnyuk was discharged from the hospital a few days ago, but to the media, this information reached only now, reports LigaNews c a reference to the Russian Dialogue.

Today it became known that the actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, which, according to the rumors, September was undergoing treatment in medclinic “Evropeiskii medical center” in Moscow, wrote. She closed the service by MHI and completed a medical event in a hospital.

Despite the fact that the star of the series “My fair nanny” was released a few days ago, she is still in serious condition. According to the newspaper, the treatment of the actress will continue in another place. Native Zavorotnyuk has reported this information to the doctors. It is not known where the family Zavorotnyuk transportorul her to continue the struggle with the disease.

Reporters also tried to contact her representative Stas of Christ, to clarify the situation, but received a very unexpected answer. As soon as correspondents phoned in Christ, he once said that any comments will not give.

“I do not comment. Thank you,” said a representative for the actress.

Fans of the actress got emotional after the failure of its representative to comment on the situation with the statement. Many said that he is very worried because of the uncertainty about the state of the beloved idol.

As previously reported LigaNews, fatal car crash as “saved” her from bankruptcy. It turned out that 7 years ago, the actress received a loan in the amount of crazy and doomed myself to this huge problem.

It is also known that Yana Poplavskaya made an important statement about the condition of the car crash. Popular actress also urged all Russians to join her desire even prayers to help the actress.


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