60 traffic violations, expulsion for underachievement, document forgery. Kokorin’s brother spotted in fights
The media revealed hard-hitting details on the footballer’s younger brother.
The footballer Aleksander Kokorin’s younger brother - 18-year-old Kirill Kokorin - has also taken parts in scuffles. According to Komsomolskaya Pravda (KP) daily Russian tabloid newspaper concerning Gennady Udunyan - the lawyer of the wronged official Denis Pak - it was Kirill Kokorin who brandished his fists and kicked the driver and later - the Minpromtorg’s (Russia’s Ministry of Industry and Trade) employee.
The sportsmen and their entourage are not contacting with the media. However, KP published feedback on Kokorin Jr. given by Mikhail Eskindarov, the principal of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.
In his words, the footballer’s brother was expelled from the university for the academic underachievement. However, he studied on a paying basis on the faculty of government control and financial supervision. On December 18, last year, he received a reprimand for missing his classes without reasonable excuse and was expelled from the university for the academic underachievement and document forgery on February 21, 2018.
Moreover, Kokorin Jr. turned out to be a street racer. That said, Kokorin has been involved in 60 traffic violations since the start of the year - the most frequent one being overspeeding (including 80 km ph) that he committed on his AMG E63 S Mercedes.
Moreover, Kokorin was written out fines for vehicle tinting, violating pedestrian priority, stop-line crossing and even incorrect transport of children.
Starting this year, the total amount of the footballer’s brother’s fines exceeds 119 thousand rubles ($1.7 thousand). 32.5 thousand rubles ($483) have not been paid by Kokorin yet.
Let us recall that on October 8, at the Coffemania restaurant based in the center of Moscow, FC Krasnodar midfielder Pavel Mamaev, FC Zenit forward Aleksander Kokorin, his brother, and other several youths manhandled the Minpromtorg’s official Denis Pak, as well as NAMI’s (The Central Scientific Research Automobile and Automotive Engines Institute) Director General Sergey Gaisin. A few hours earlier, they had also manhandled Russia’s Channel One TV-host’s driver. The criminal case was initiated under article ‘Battery.’ The investigation was placed under the control of the Main Investigations Directorate of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
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