The mother of eleventh grader Andrei Karpov, who escaped to TikTok house, after information about his wanted list, promised to resolve issues with documents. This was reported on October 13 in the press service of the TikTok house HOUSE88, where the blogger lived throughout September.
The woman herself contacted her son and asked him to buy her tickets to Moscow in order to resolve issues with documents, school and housing.
“We keep in touch with Andrey. Today his mother called him and said that she had seen the news on the Internet. She was in adequate condition, not intoxicated as it was before, asked to buy train tickets and promised to resolve issues with documents. But she refuses to issue a notarized power of attorney for the producer at home, and without her the case will not be closed, ”said the TikTok-house.
According to the teenager himself, a notarial power of attorney is needed so that there are no problems on the part of the law. However, the reasons for the parent’s refusal to issue a power of attorney are unknown to him.
Andrey hasn’t appeared in TikTok house for a week. Its location is still unknown. The police and the Investigative Committee of the capital are looking for a teenager.
On October 12, Tik-Tok-house HOUSE88 announced that Andrei K. was wanted in Moscow and that he would be detained at the first time he was caught on video cameras.
For the first time, the blogger, at the request of his mother, was detained on September 10 in the Moscow metro and sent to a clinical hospital for overexposing minors. G.N. Speransky before the arrival of his parent. However, after returning to Kostroma, the teenager escaped again on September 14. Then, according to him, he was in a mental hospital. As Andrei noted, the first escape took place by his decision, the second with the consent of his mother. The woman under the investigator gave her consent that her son would be in Moscow.
The escaped teenager stated that there are three ways to ensure that he can legally be in Moscow: first, to obtain a notarial power of attorney, second, to become emancipated, and third, to deprive the mother of parental rights.