Mamiashvili’s nephew has affair with daughter of thief in law Valera Sukhumsky
21-year-old student of the Moscow State University Yuri Mamiashvili has an affair with the heiress of famous criminal authority Valery Silagadze.
In September the Tatler included nephew of the Head of the Russian Federation of Wrestling Mikhail Mamiashvili, the son of his younger brother, 21-year-old Yuri in the list of the most eligible bachelors. This magazine also noted, that the MSU student is often seen in his favorite Georgian restaurant Marani and in the Gipsy nightclub. However, heart of Yuri is not free, as he has an affair with 21-year-old Georgian beauty Diana Silagadze, daughter of criminal authority Valery Silagadze, better known as Valera Sukhumsky.
The young people met in the Moscow State University, where they both study. Mikhail Mamiashvili's nephew was laying siege to the proud 3rd year student’s heart for two years, and only several months ago they became a couple. They hardly speak about their relationship and do not publish their photos together in social networks. Yuri does not hurry to introduce Diana to his family. According to the young man's cousin, a debutante of the Tatler ball Lisa Mamiashvili, she is not familiar with a potential relative, but founds her very beautiful.
Diana's father, the famous thief in law Valery Silagadze, was crowned in 1975, when he was only 18 years old. In the same year, he got his first prison sentence. Valery was convicted under part 2 of Article 150 the Criminal Code of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (Involvement of a Minor in the Commission of a Crime). Valera Sukhumsky spent 3 and a half years in prison. Unlike many of his associates, Silagadze’s prison experience is not so rich: he spent 12 years in prison in total and mostly for drug possession. Silagadze died in July of this year of heart failure in a Moscow hospital. Along with Diana he had daughter Irina.
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