MIA: tax case against ex-wife of co-owner of Summa group of companies initiated in France
According to the police, Olga Magomedova was registered abroad as unemployed.
The ex-wife of co-owner of the Summa group of companies Ziyavudin Magomedov, Olga, became a person of interest in the criminal case of tax evasion in France. At the same time, the woman officially does not work anywhere, a MIA investigator told in court, RBC reports.
“Information has been received that against Olga Magomedova, who owns property on the territory of foreign countries, a criminal case regarding taxes was initiated in the French Republic,” the police officer said.
Ziyavudin Magomedov, who is accused of fraud and embezzlement, objected that the case was initiated against the company that managed his ex-wife’s assets. The police considers the Magomedovs divorce fictitious, i.e. carried out to save the defendant's property. According to the prosecution, the divorced couple continues to live together.
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