Pianist ready to prove was the defendant in a custom case.
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On the background of the litigation and scandal with her ex-husband of Vitalina Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya maintains a surprising calm. Despite all the accusations, the pianist continues to give interviews and to appear in the studios of talk-show. She insists she is not guilty and is ready to provide this evidence. Recently on her property was seized. This measure was adopted in the case of “violation of privacy”. It is believed that Vitalina illegally installing cameras in the personal Cabinet of Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, and then distributed the recorded footage in the press. No other charges it has not yet filed.
Vitalina said he knows why the party that represents the interests of Armen Borisovich, is it so important to prove her guilt that article about “violation of privacy”. The fact that the installed camera recorded Dzhigarkhanyan allegedly conspired with their friends about how to “hang” on his wife criminal case.
“Everyone is talking about these cameras, and what captured the footage I forget to clarify. Let me explain: they are heavily drunk men, including Armen Borisovich Dzhigarkhanyan, Arthur Soghomonyan and after Hayrapet Hovhannisyan. They sit late in the evening at the state theatre and discuss how to start a criminal investigation on Vitalinu and her family. This is documentary evidence of biased case against me. That is why the story of the cameras do not like entourage Armen Borisovich”, — said Vitalina.
Tsymbalyuk-Romanovskaya insists he didn’t set up cameras in the office Armen Borisovich. Didn’t do it, according to the story Vitalina and her dad worked as an engineer in the theatre. By the way, the pianist opened another curious detail. She claims that when she came to “power” the financial situation of the theater was so bad that he was paying salary to the employees of the theatre from their personal savings. “The theater didn’t have money to pay the actors. Under the law, I as Director shall not have the right to pay people a salary. So I brought her private savings to three million roubles, and the cashier made this amount in the Treasury at the expense of the theatre. The theater still owes me 600 thousand rubles. This is a lot of money. I hope they don’t have to recover through the courts…” — quoted Vitalinu kp.ru.