A man in debt: the singer owed the Bank tens of millions of rubles
Many have long wondered where the stars of show-business money on luxurious life. Yes, they earn not bad, but not that much to live in Grand style from day to day for many years. Explains a lot of the recent mishap with the actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk and fresh incident with Phillip Kirkorov, who, it turns out, he owes the Bank “Zerich” more than 25 million rubles. Credit the organization appealed to the Khamovnichesky court of Moscow with the claim to the pop-king.
photo: Lily Sharlovskoe
A man took a loan of 10 million rubles in February 2015 for two years at 26% per annum. Later, in August 2015, the singer took another loan of 12 million 800 thousand roubles on the same conditions. In February 2016 the Bank “Zerich” revoked the license, after which the man stopped paying the loan.
The credit institution and the Agency on insurance of contributions (ASV) has repeatedly appealed to the singer, demanding to pay the debt, but the answer did not wait . Press Secretary stars Anton Korobkov-Zemlyansky said that the appeal to the court – “is a standard procedure of bankruptcy of the Bank.” The first hearing scheduled for may 15.
It is noteworthy that recently in the same story were known actress and TV presenter Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Representatives of the Russian mortgage Bank has addressed in court with the requirement about recognition of its bankruptcy as the star owed to the credit institution more than half a million dollars. It got to the point that Zavorotniuk ceased to travel abroad after her debt to the Bank reached almost 30 million rubles.
The actress has asked the bankruptcy court to consider her case closed because her well-known personalities do not want publicity. However, the court in this request she refused.
Financial Ombudsman Pavel Medvedv said that the current wording of the law on bankruptcy of physical persons working in favor of the rich borrowers (which include the stars of show business), allowing them, with minimal impact to restructure and write off their debts.