Tarasov who supported Kokorin and Mamaev turns out to be alimony debtor
Lokomotiv midfielder Dmitry Tarasov owes his wife alimony worth 15 million rubles ($ 228,000).
Lokomotiv FC player Dmitry Tarasov filed a 15 million rubles lawsuit against his wife, Oksana Osinkina, in order to avoid paying the debt on alimony. The midfielder asks to recalculate the amount of debt over the past six years and reduce the amount of alimony by four times, Osinkina’s lawyer Sergey Zhorin told RIA Novosti.
According to the lawyer, in November 2011, the court ruled Tarasov to pay his ex-wife but the latter, though admitted the debt, did not pay full amount.
Tarasov has a daughter from his first marriage but the player soon left the family and married TV host Olga Buzova. The couple was married for four years, after which Tarasov married model Anastasia Kostenko.
Recently, Tarasov supported football players Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev, who had been arrested for disorderly conduct, on his Instagram. According to the midfielder, his colleagues repented and do not deserve a prison term since all participants in the conflict are unhurt.
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