Court sent Mara Bagdasaryan to work as street cleaner
Participant of Gelandewagen race held by Lukoil Vice-President's son Ruslan Shamsuarov was sentenced to hours of obligatory works as street cleaner in Sokol district at the address Chasovaya Street, 28.
It became known on November 24 in world judicial site No. 353 of Airport district, which also considers the remained 5 administrative reports on failure to pay penalties of infamous street racer, reports Moscow news agency.
In only 7 days of judicial sessions, Mara Bagdasaryan was sentenced to twenty-four days of administrative detention, 10 of which she has already served, 595 hours of obligatory works, and also penalties at total amount of 139 thousand rubles. Life notes that in the form of an exclusive measure the girl may be obliged to wear an electronic bracelet on her leg, which is usually not applied to convicts to corrective works.
To recall, on November 5 the girl was detained by traffic police officers for parking on the sidewalk on Leninsky Avenue.
23-year-old Mara Bagdasaryan gained fame after the Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen scandalous races in the center of the capital in the company of the son of the Lukoil Vice-President Ruslan Shamsuarov. She was a witness in the criminal case, though she had to spend 10 days of administrative detention under part 1 of Art. 19.3 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Russian Federation. Besides that the girl bragged of repeated violations of traffic regulations, filming them and spreading in social networks.
First, 19-year-old Artur Gadzhiev tried to set fire to the Severny shopping center, then he began to attack the visitors with an ax and a knife, and later, after running outside, he stabbed random people in the street. Four out of the seven wounded are severely injured.
The woman said she has remained silent because she was afraid she and her daughter might have been killed. However, she decided to give the information away after the investigator who investigated the murder mysteriously died.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office, which had previously approved an indictment in a high-profile bootlegging case against billionaire and Forum St Petersburg Group of Companies CEO Dmitry Mikhalchenko, is now demanding the Russian Supreme Court to change the initial jurisdiction.