Millionaire Dzhabrailov faces charges after shooting in hotel near Kremlin
Earlier Chechen businessman was ordered to pass a psychological examination.
Moscow police brought charges against millionaire Umar Dzhabrailov under item (a), part 1 of Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation - Hooliganism committed with the use of weapons or objects used as a weapon, REN-TV reports.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, Dzhabrailov opened a fire in the Four Seasons hotel room in the center of Moscow on the night of August 30. At first, the businessman claimed that he was allegedly checking the gun, and the shot happened by an accident, then he said that the management of the hotel and its personnel forced him to use the weapon. Dzhabrailov has not specified how exactly.
According to one of the versions, the millionaire got angry after his dinner was brought to him, not by a waiter, but a cleaner. After detention Dzhabrailov was released on recognizance, and then he was appointed a psychological examination.
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