Deripaska’s representative refutes information regarding capturing Tryokhgornaya manufaktura
Allegedly, the entrepreneur’s opponent in a dispute over an elite plot in the center of Moscow is trying to besmirch him.
People of entrepreneur Oleg Deripaska did not carry out a raider seizure of the Tryokhgornaya manufaktura, the billionaire’s spokesman said in an interview with RBC, commenting on a video published where certain men’s fight with the head of the company’s security service. The information disseminated in the media about the forced seizure of the Trekhgorka is allegedly an attempt by the former deputy finance minister Vladimir Chernukhin to defame Deripaska. Against him, Deripaska is fighting in court for an elite land plot in the center of Moscow.
“Any violent actions in the framework of a normal business process are out of question, as evidenced by the CCTV recordings that are at the lawyers’ disposal,” the publication quotes the source.
Earlier, at a court hearing in London, a video was shown in which three men called Deripaska’s people put a man on the floor, who, allegedly, was the head of the Tryokhgorka’s security service. According to Deripaska’s representative, the head of the security service just abruptly sat on the floor, and Deripaska’s people helped him to get up and took him outside to get some the fresh air.
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