Mara Bagdasaryan to face six enforcement proceedings in Tver
The malicious violator of traffic regulations will work in the Tver library.
The Tver bailiffs received six enforcement proceedings concerning Mara Bagdasaryan from the Moscow colleagues. RIA Novosti reports it with the reference to the official answer of the Federal Bailiff Service Directorate across the Tver Region on a request of the agency.
To recall, a year of corrective works, which she will have to execute at a new place of residence became the punishment for the provided counterfeit sick-list for the scandalous racer.
As it was reported earlier Bagdasaryan moved to Tver. As Bagdasaryan’s new Tver neighbor told REN-TV channel, he often sees her in the house on Mussorgsky Street in the Zavolzhye district and the girl is “constantly somewhere busy with something”.
It is expected that the street racer will serve over 700 hours of obligatory works in a local library – presumably in the Tver city library named after A.I. Herzen. However, as deputy director Yulia Kraynyaya told Moskovskiy Komsomolets newspaper, that they have no such information yet. “This is not the final decision,” she added.
Bagdasaryan became widely known after she was caught in a company of young people who were escaping from traffic police officers on Gelandewagen belonging to Ruslan Shamsuarov, the son of the Lukoil top manager.
After that, she was repeatedly detained for other traffic offenses. Bagdasaryan was repeatedly placed in a pre-trial detention center for ignoring of payment of penalties and evasion from obligatory works. In March the Savelovsky Court of Moscow revoked a driving licence of Bagdasaryan for life. Such decision was made because of the state of health of the girl. However only several months later she was detained for driving.
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