Mara Bagdasaryan's father promised to strengthen control over his daughter
Elmar Bagdasaryan said he would keep a better watch over his daughter after her release from remand jail. According to the businessman, all Mara's problems came due to bad influence from friends.
Businessman Elmar Bagdasaryan promised to strengthen control over his daughter Mara after her release from remand jail. According to him, now he will personally drive her to and from the compulsory work. Let us recall that the girl still has to work 600 hours.
"I will strengthen control; not to say it wasn't there before, but I can not tie it to her to myself; she's 23, after all. On Monday, she should go to work, I will take her there and pick her up," Elmar Bagdasaryan told journalists.
He noted that his daughter's problems began to have a negative impact on his personal affairs, which he now has to constantly postpone. In addition, in connection with the scandal, Mara's future career is also called into question. "She wanted to work for the police, but I'm not sure if they will employ her after these noisy stories," the businessman added, stressing that all girl's problems came due to bad influence from friends.
Let us recall that, earlier this year, the court arrested the street-racer for 15 days for evading compulsory work. The girl was released on Friday, January 27.
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