Total sum of Mara Bagdasaryan’s fines for traffic violations amounts 177 thousand rubles
Today court considered three administrative cases against Bagdasaryan for violating under part 1 Art. 20.25 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Russian Federation.
Street racer Mara Bagdasaryan is fined for another 6 thousand rubles for violation of traffic regulations by the world site of the Savelovsky Court of Moscow, its spokesman Konstantin Tymoshenko reported.
By results of consideration of cases, the court took into account aggravating and extenuating circumstances and has appointed punishment in the form of administrative fines for a total amount of 6 000 rubles, it is said in the court order.
In eleven days of hearings Mara Bagdasaryan was appointed 595 hours of obligatory works, penalties at sum of 177 thousand rubles, and also administrative detentions for a period of 10 and 14 days.
To recall, the malicious violator of traffic regulations was last time detained on November 6 on Leninsky Avenue or violation of the rules of the parking. Then it became clear about presence at her of 16 unpaid penalties.
Mara Bagdasaryan gained fame as a person involved in criminal case over Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen races of golden youth. Earlier, she repeatedly uploaded video with violations of traffic regulations in social networks.
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