Details of death of millionaire Tsukanov’s daughter in London made public
The granddaughter of the former head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Dagestan was depressed for a long time.
The death of the 17-year-old daughter of the Russian millionaire Igor Tsukanov and the granddaughter of the ex-Minister of Agriculture of Dagestan Yekaterina could have occurred as a result of an accident, the Daily Mail reports. British forensic examination showed that mechanical asphyxiation became the cause of the violinist's death.
According to the psychotherapist Tanya Lecci, whom the girl has been recently visiting, she was depressed for a long time but recovered shortly before her death.
Coroner Shirley Radcliffe called the violinist’s death a “tragic accident.” According to the investigation, the girl was not going to commit suicide. On her last night, she met friends and was online.
The violinist’s father, Igor Tsukanov, told The Daily Telegraph that his daughter’s friends had used drugs, but he has not caught his daughter doing this. Experts found only alcohol in the girl’s blood.
Tsukanov is known as a philanthropist and collector of Soviet and Russian contemporary art. His daughter Yekaterina held her first violin concert at the age of five and went to Wycombe Abbey School of Music.