Iranian ambassador’s daughter commits suicide in Moscow, video
The woman’s body was found outside her apartment in Podsosnesky Lane.
Arefeh Sanaei, the 28-year-old daughter of Iranian ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei, killed herself in Moscow, says Interfax with reference to a source.
According to the interlocutor, the woman had been depressed for some time and had been taking antidepressants prescribed by Iranian doctors. Sanaei never saw Russian doctors.
The 112 Telegram channel said that the woman’s body was found outside her apartment in Podsosnesky Lane. Baza wrote on its Telegram channel that the woman lived in two countries, Iran and Russia, and came to Moscow four months ago. Investigators did not find a suicide note.
Initially, the Iranian embassy in Moscow denied the reports that the ambassador’s daughter had committed suicide saying it was "not true" and a stroke was the cause of her death.
Then a video was published confirming the suicide theory. REN TV showed the footage from the scene of where the daughter of the Iranian ambassador to Russia, the 28-year-old Arefeh Sanaei, had taken her own life.
The video shows the alleged spot where the woman had fallen. According to media reports, she had jumped out of the window of an elite house in Podsosensky Lane. Traces of blood are seen on the pavement, and there is a big dent in the roof of a car nearby. Apparently, Sanaei hit the car as she was falling and died almost instantly.
The ambassador's daughter lived in two countries, but had been in Russia for the last four months. It is also known that she had suffered depression, seen a therapist for a long time and taken antidepressants.
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