45-year-old ballerina Anastasia Volochkova does not pay bills.
The former prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Theater was fined. She did not pay for the utilities, which she received in her mansion near Moscow. The relevant information is published on the website of the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP). A native of St. Petersburg has arrears in payments for housing in the amount of 912,179 rubles. She also ignored the traffic police fine.
According to the law, the debtor has five days from the date of notification of the initiation of enforcement proceedings in order to correct the situation. The bailiffs can forcibly withdraw the amount of debt from Volochkova’s accounts or prohibit her from traveling abroad until she makes payment.
Star lawyer Sergei Zhorin said that he could threaten the artist. “If the debt exceeds 30 thousand rubles, the bailiff has the right to impose a ban on leaving the Russian Federation. If there is a debt for alimony, then even less – ten thousand rubles will be enough to close the exit from the Russian Federation“, – explained the lawyer.
Zhorin recalled that if the debt is 500 thousand rubles, the claimant can initiate bankruptcy proceedings. The star needs to pay off debts as soon as possible.
“The debtor may face the threat of foreclosure on his property. You can challenge transactions that have been completed in the last three years, as well as foreclose on current income. We will soon find out what Anastasia Yuryevna will do. Maybe she will first bypass all television shows, only after that will she pay off the debt, or maybe she will immediately execute the order of the bailiffs. Time will show“, – Sergei sarcastically.
The lawyer stressed that Volochkova can ignore the requirements. If the terms and data for payment are violated, the ballerina will have to pay another 7% of the executive fee. Zhorin pointed out that ignoring the court decision may entail both administrative and criminal liability. “Article 315 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation provides for imprisonment for up to one year“, – quotes a specialist” Channel Five “.