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Aug 15, 2022
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Channel One editor sells property

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Marina Ovsyannikova was placed under house arrest.

The former editor of Channel One is forbidden to leave the apartment until October 9. The blonde walks with an electronic bracelet on her leg. The journalist’s pets suffer from such punishment, and therefore she decided to find a new owner for one of them.

The ex-employee of Channel One is accused of spreading fakes about the Russian army. The article provides for punishment up to 10 years in prison. The reason for initiating the case was a single picket on the Sofiyskaya embankment of the capital. As you know, earlier Ovsyannikova was fined several times for discrediting the Russian army. Now Marina faces criminal liability. The disgraced journalist is under house arrest until October 9th. Now the blonde is looking for a new owner for the dog Teffi. Ovsyannikova wants to benefit from the sale of the puppy and pay off her debts with the proceeds.

The ex-employee of Channel One is accused of spreading fakes about the Russian army. The article provides for punishment up to 10 years in prison. The reason for initiating the case was a single picket on the Sofiyskaya embankment of the capital. As you know, earlier Ovsyannikova was fined several times for discrediting the Russian army. Now Marina faces criminal liability. The disgraced journalist is under house arrest until October 9th. Now the blonde is looking for a new owner for the dog Teffi. Ovsyannikova wants to benefit from the sale of the puppy and pay off her debts with the proceeds.

My puppy doesn’t want to be under house arrest. Golden Retriever Tiffany Galaxy Energy (at home I call her Taffy)” wants to walk in the woods, swim in the pond and perform at international dog shows. Teffi and five other puppies were born in our house last June. One of her brothers went to live in the UK, her sister went to Germany, and three more brothers stayed in Moscow. Taffy is looking for the most kind and caring owner. She can go to him anywhere in Russia or Europe, and with the proceeds I will have the opportunity to pay part of the fines under administrative articles.”, — shared the 44-year-old journalist.

Among other things, Marina’s page announced a fundraiser for her needs. However, it is not specified where these funds will go.

Recall that Marina became famous after the scandal on the First Channel. After the incident, the ex-editor left for Germany, where she worked for the news outlet Die Welt for several months. However, not all Germans were happy with her presence in the country. Some made rallies, demanding the dismissal of the blonde.

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