After the death of ex-wife Masha Rasputina conflict between relatives gaining a new turn. The son of the deceased Alexey Ermakov stood on the warpath with his wife, father, Svetlana Istratova.
Vladimir Ermakov has died less than a month ago from an attack of epilepsy. After parting with Masha Rasputina man in recent years lived a civil marriage with Svetlana Istratova. Today the son of the deceased Alex scandals with Svetlana, throwing the closet of a woman on the street and to the entrance.
“Alex got the call at four in the morning and said things he collected. When I arrived, I found the packages at the Elevator, bras scattered around the entrance, including had been abandoned on the steps of the entrance and the famous concert yellow dress Masha Rasputina, which Vladimir gave me,” Istratov said to journalists.
Man not let the woman’s apartment late father. According to Svetlana, she called the police, but law enforcement officers did not manage to get to the apartment late Vladimir Ermakov. “Why is Alex so cruelly treated me, I don’t know. I was not the official wife, at this place I have no rights, even though we lived almost a decade together under one roof,” said the woman.
Svetlana added that the Ermakov-senior wanted to register her for housing, but couldn’t find the documents to the apartment. “But still going into surgery for hernia. In General, not to the residence we were. Now for the apartment will fight the son of Alex and Lydia as they are the direct heirs. I went to friends Volodya yet to sojourn that took me in. Here’s a sad ending,” Istratov said in an interview with “Express newspaper”.
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Recall that after the death of Vladimir Ermakova Svetlana uchastovat in the talk show “On the case” with Dmitry Shepelev. There the woman admitted that she wore things Masha Rasputina and in all things imitated the ex-spouse civil husband. But singing career the woman was not formed.
The father of the eldest daughter of Rasputina before his death, languished in poverty