Mara Bagdasaryan going to get place in ICR through back door
Infamous street racer and repeated violator of traffic rules Mara Baghdasaryan told the court that she had planned to get a job in the Investigative Committee.
23-year-old Bagdasaryan, who, according to RIA Novosti, has already a law degree, was going to get a job in the ICR through the back door.
She said this in response to the judge's question about whether she is employed and whether she can pay all the fines prescribed her. In particular, Bagdasaryan said that currently she does not work. A year ago she was going to turn up to work, but had an accident on Kutuzov Avenue, then she needed a long-term treatment.
Recall that the Savelovsky magistrate court held hearings on the materials of the non-payment of traffic fines by Bagdasaryan for two days. In total it was opened 51 administrative proceedings against Bagdasaryan, one of them was wrong. The court terminated the proceedings on it. Under other two episodes Bagdasaryan was sentenced to 75 hours of the community service, as well as under one more protocol she was convicted to 10 days of administrative arrest.
Recall that the participant of Gelandewagen races Mara Bagdasaryan was arrested on Nov. 6 on Leninsky Prospekt by the traffic police officers for parking on the sidewalk. In addition to the incident in the company of the son of the Lukoil Vice-President Ruslan Shamsuarov and his friends Bagdasaryan is known for regular video posts with traffic violations published on the Internet.
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