The other stars of theatre and cinema claims that the pianist deliberately distorts the facts, wanting to appear on scandal. According to Artur Soghomonyan, Vitalina Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya is not deprived of odnushki in Moscow region, and she gave her ex-husband.
In late March, ex-wife of Armen Dzhigarkhanyan Vitalina Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya said that was the victim of fraud. The pianist shared his story in the program “Let them talk”. Says ex-wife of the master, her small apartment in the village Glukhovo Krasnogorsk under unexpectedly was owned by Armen Borisovich. Vitalina and her lawyer allegedly learned this by accident, when new owners changed the locks. According to the extract from Rosreestr, the owner of the property is now Dzhigarkhanyan.
Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya looking Scam, take away her flat
However, each Director has denied claims by Vitalina. Businessman Arthur Soghomonyan has accused ex-wife Armen Borisovich in lies. In his opinion, Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya intentionally misrepresented the facts to once again attract public attention. As told Soghomonyan, is a serious material value (the cadastral value amounts to 3.7 million rubles), but it is important for the stars of theatre and cinema. In 2012 Vitalina supposedly reissued it on themselves. When the buzz surrounding the divorce, Soghomonian asked Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya to return the property to the Director.
“First, Mara replied that the apartment had long since been sold (we checked, it was not, so sent the statement with the request to suspend all transactions with this property). And when Vitalina was charged under article 137 of the Criminal code (“Violation of privacy”), she was scared that I will file the application on the forgery and returned the apartment Armen Borisovich,” said one Director.
According to the businessman, the Director acquired the property in 2010. Armen Borisovich was attracted by the location of the apartment, he dreamed of a place where you can hide away from prying eyes. Money and documents involved in the expert. Originally one issued to another artist.
“I have prepared a power of attorney and the agreement under which it can be transferred to Armen Borisovich at any time. But in 2012, Vitalina reissued this on. Rewrote the contract, have affixed my signature, even without notifying me (I was away)”, – says the businessman.
Until recently, Vitalina was the owner of three apartments. In addition odnushki in Glukhovo where she lived some years with the Director, the pianist is also decorated square metres at Molodogvardeiskaya street, bought for 30 million rubles, as well as real estate in Krasnogorsk for of 6.47 million (settled there the parents of the pianist).
In a recent interview with friend Armen Borisovich Arthur Soghomonyan decided to go public. The businessman urged not to believe all the statements Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya. According to him, the pianist earns fees due to the “cruel persecution of the very decent person,” writes “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.