Arshavin's ex-wife accuses football player of beating and rape of 6 years ago
According to Baranovskaya, Arshavin often came home drunk, he would beat her, and once he raped her in a car.
The first spouse of the football player Andrey Arshavin, TV presenter Yulia Baranovskaya, many years later, laid out the details of family life in her book. According to Baranovskaya, she suffered from Arshavin’s despotism, who beat her and even raped her.
In her second autobiographical book, Baranovskaya wrote that the footballer beat her while she was in the hospital.
“He hit me. I flew five meters away – I still don’t understand how my sutures didn’t separate,” the Starhit magazine cites the words of the TV host.
According to Baranovskaya, Arshavin often came home drunk, he would beat her, and once he raped her in a car. At the same time, the athlete did not hide his adultery and forbade Baranovskaya to show discontent about this.
The TV presenter says she did not talk about the spouse’s tyranny before, because she felt sorry for her husband and was afraid to ruin his career.
Earlier it became known that the 37-year-old athlete left the second wife Alisa Kuzmina with their little daughter Yesenia. On the eve of the New Year, a football player was found in St. Petersburg in the company of girls. At the moment, according to the athlete, he is in the divorce proceedings.
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