Scandalous street racer Bagdasaryan appealed against arrest
The defense of the rich kid made an appeal against the decision of the court concerning 15 days of arrest for evasion from obligatory works.
The defense of the infamous street racer Mara Bagdasaryan appealed against her arrest for 15 days, the press service of the Savelovsky Court of Moscow reports.
It is noted that consideration of the petition for appeal will take place on Tuesday, January 17.
Earlier it was reported that the magistrate's court of the Savelovsky district arrested Bagdasaryan for evasion from execution of obligatory works. The street racer was taken into custody directly in a court room.
Before that the police found out that 55 unpaid administrative penalties are registered for Bagdasaryan.
In 2016, it was reported that the girl should execute the obligatory works appointed by the court, the janitor in Moscow district Sokol.
Bagdasaryan was targeted in the case on races on Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen in Moscow as the witness. Besides, she was sentenced to 10 days of administrative detention for disobedience to the legal order of the police officer. The court also considered 51 materials about Bagdasaryan’s failure to pay penalties for violations of traffic regulations which total amount exceeded 144 thousand rubles. For it the girl was sentenced to 595 hours of obligatory works.
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