Denis Voronenkov’s first wife put Moscow real estate on sale
An apartment in elite residential complex House in Sokolniki was sold for 40 million rubles ($713.200).
Former spouse of ex-deputy of the State Duma Denis Voronenkov, Yulia Voronenkova is selling the elite real estate in Moscow, which was departed to her and the daughter after the death of the parliamentarian, Life reports.
Thus, according to the portal, one apartment in elite RC House in Sokolniki was sold for 40 million rubles right after Voronenkov’s escape. Three-room flat, about 90 squares, was registered to the 16-year-old daughter of the former deputy, Ksenia Voronenkova.
Besides this apartment, the first family of the parliamentarian had some more expensive apartments and houses which total cost exceeds one billion rubles ($17.8m).
As for the second wife of Voronenkov, Maria Maksakova, who followed him to Kiev, she has the right to apply only for a one-third of the apartment on Udaltsova Street in Moscow after the death of her husband.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, shortly before death, the runaway ex-deputy re-registered his houses, apartments and the land plots to his first wife and children from first marriage to secure the property from confiscation.
Former deputy of the State Duma Denis Voronenkov was under investigation on suspicion of swindle and was put on the federal wanted list. Together with his spouse, former deputy Maria Maksakova remained in Ukraine after expiration of mandates. In Kiev Voronenkov was giving testimonies to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine in the case of treason of former President Victor Yanukovych.
On March 23, assassination attempt at Voronenkov happened in the Ukrainian capital. The killer, wounded by the bodyguard of the ex-deputy, died in hospital later. On March 24 the Investigative Committee of Russia declared that the criminal case concerning Denis Voronenkov can be closed in coordination with relatives.
The billionaire colonel who held the post of head of the regional Economic Security Department, and then Economic Security and Anti-Corruption Department for more than 12 years, kept his 1 billion ($15.2 mln) in bank accounts.