Deputy's wife apologizes for traffic jam on Moscow Ring Road due to filming of music video
Singer Oksana Yakovleva, who performs under the moniker of Yaxana, has apologized to all road users who were inconvenienced by filming of her music video on the Moscow Ring Road.
The representative of the singer, who is married to Shchelkovo deputy Aleksey Yakovlev, has told that apart from 20-thousand-ruble fine, the woman spent the night before trial in a cell despite being pregnant.
He noted that in spite of the media reports about the hours-long traffic jam, “the shooting took only three minutes.” According to the singer’s representative, it was all spontaneous.
“We were going to shoot a music video on two cars. Oksana was in one of them, but she wasn’t behind the wheel, and the video operator was in the other car. At some point, we saw two cars clipped each other; they stopped with their blinkers on. When the car drivers tried to understand what this is all about, the girls got out and did the dance, and the operator shot it,” Oksana Yakovleva’s representative said.
To recall, the wife of Shchelkovo deputy Aleksey Yakovlev, Oksana Yakovleva, who is also known as singer Yaxana, blocked the Moscow Ring Road to shoot a video a few days ago.
The video uploaded online shows several girls dancing and singing on the road. Moscow Traffic Organization Center appealed to law enforcement agencies with a request to assess the singer’s actions, after which the Perovsky Court of Moscow fined Yakovleva for 20,000 rubles ($302).
Apart from the partial blocking of the Moscow Ring Road, it turned out that the woman drove a car without a driver’s license and did not wear a seatbelt, although her representative now claims that Yaxana was not behind the wheel.
Video: Complaint filed with police against Yaxana, who is responsible for traffic jam on the Moscow Ring Road
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