Paramedic attacker turns out to be brother of Mariinsky Theater star
The celebrity has already hired a good lawyer for his kin.
St. Petersburg police have identified the suspect in the attack on the ambulance paramedic. The brother of Georgy Todua, the Mariinsky Theater soloist, turned out to have committed the crime. The celebrity has already come to help and hired a good lawyer for his kin.
According to RIA Novosti, the conflict between the suspect and the ambulance attendant occurred last Sunday in an apartment on Malaya Balkanskaya Street.
According to the case file, the 29-year-old man pushed the paramedic attendant in the chest and grabbed his neck.
The Frunzensky department of inquiry with the Ministry of Internal Affairs opened a Battery case.
The Investigative Committee for Russia’s Northern Capital city announced it would take the case from the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The suspect has already been detained. “His brother also came to the police; he introduced himself as Georgy Todua, an opera singer, a Mariinsky Theater soloist,” the agency source said.
The singer reportedly hired a pricey lawyer for his brother. The court ruled that the attacker must sign a written undertaking not to leave the city.
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