A court in St. Petersburg upheld the house arrest order for Marina Kohal, accused of the murder of her husband, rapper Andy Cartwright (Alexander Yushko). This was announced on Wednesday, November 24, by the girl’s lawyer Sergei Lukyanov.
He clarified that the injured party tried to appeal against the fact that Kohal was placed under house arrest instead of imprisonment.
“The resolution has been left unchanged, house arrest has been preserved,” Lukyanov said. REN TV…
On July 29, 2020, Cartwright’s dismembered body was found in an apartment in St. Petersburg. According to his wife, the rapper died of a drug overdose, and she dismembered his corpse to hide the “inglorious” death from fans. At the same time, no traces of prohibited substances were found in the body of the deceased.
On July 31 of the same year, Kohal was charged with murder. The Investigative Committee stated that it was planned in advance, for which, according to the investigation, the girl bought a medicine at the pharmacy.
In mid-January 2021, the results of one of the examinations in the rapper’s murder became known. So, intravital injuries were established, including abrasions and hemorrhages in the chin region, as well as a puncture wound with subcutaneous hemorrhage in the right palm.
On October 27, the court released Kohal from custody, where she had been held since July 2020, and ordered her to be under house arrest.
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