• Mother of Jeanne Friske accused of embezzling collected for treatment of the singer money

  • More than 21 million rubles, which the First channel is collected for treatment of the singer Zhanna Friske cancer took her mother, Olga, said the attorney representing the civil husband of actress Dmitry Shepelev. It is reported by the Business FM radio station on Friday, April 21.

    "Two weeks before the death of Jeanne Friske unspent charitable aid were cashed by proxy mother, the singer Olga Vladimirovna Friske", — said the representative of Shepeleva. He suggested that money still can be in women.

    Counsel referred to the test results, "conducted by the competent authorities". He noted that the Bank, which has kept collected in the charity funds, reported the same information.

    On Friday held a meeting of the Perovsky court of Moscow considered the claim of the Respond to relatives Friske. Organization requires find out the fate of the money collected for treatment of the singer. "According to the documents submitted to the Rusfond for the treatment of Jeanne spent only a small part of the total amount of 25 million rubles. Attempts to determine the exact amount spent on treatment was not successful," — said representatives of the organization.

    The court decided to call the mother of the singer in for questioning.

    Charity marathon in support of the Frisco was the First channel launched in January 2014, when it became known that the singer suffers from cancer. The artist died 15 June 2015. It was reported that she had glioblastoma — the most aggressive and the most common of malignant brain tumors.

    Friske has performed in the "Brilliant" from 1996 to 2003. Later she started a solo career and also starred in the films "Night watch" "Day watch" and "what men talk About".


More news in the same category:

    • Img
    • 8:18 pm on Friday 21st July 2017  /  Культура
      Parked on Naberezhnoy Yalta trucks Kirkorov revolted citizens

      Residents of Yalta resented the way on the promenade parked trucks, where the team of singer Philip Kirkorov carrying touring equipment. Citizens claim that the trucks drove on the pedestrian area, blocked access to the benches and damage to the road surface.

    • Img
    • 7:02 pm on Friday 21st July 2017  /  Культура
      Prosecutors found no criminality in the actions of the opponents of the movie "Matilda"

      The Moscow Prosecutor's office found signs of violation of the Criminal code of Russia in the actions of the opponents of the film "Matilda" directed by Alexei Uchitel. In January, the members of the organization "the Christian state of Holy Russia" was sent to the Directors of the theaters of the letter with threats and demands to refuse the release of the film.

More Global News:

    • Img
    • 1:21 am on Saturday 22nd July 2017  /  Россия
      Rogozin declared willingness to come to Moldova on a motorcycle

      Deputy Chairman of Russian government Dmitry Rogozin is ready to arrive in Moldova by helicopter or motorbike. "The Prime Minister of Moldova considers that "Rogozin is expected to fly on military aircraft". Well. Then on the Moldovan authorities: a helicopter or motorbike?" — the politician wrote.

    • Img
    • 11:53 pm on Friday 21st July 2017  /  Мир
      A Palestinian stabbed three Israelis in the West Bank

      Armed Palestinians broke into a house in the Jewish settlement of Halamish in the West Bank of the Jordan river and attacked were people in the room, killing two men and one woman. Another woman with serious injuries was taken to hospital. It is reported by The Times of Israel.

    • Img
    • 11:35 pm on Friday 21st July 2017  /  Спорт
      High jumper Laecken won another stage of the Diamond League

      Russian high jumper height Maria Laecken won the stage of the Diamond League in Monaco. 24-year-old Russian excelled with a score of 2 meters. Second place went to Ukrainian Yulia Levchenko, she obeyed, the height of 1.97 meters. Third place went to American Vashti Cunningham (1,97 m), it took her more attempts.

comments powered by Disqus