Dagestani Nina Tseretilova, whose children were tried to be taken away because of her “immoral lifestyle,” said that her ex-husband and his parents beat her. About this she reported on your Instagram.
“I have just been attacked on 108 Ostrovsky Street. Tseretilov Magomed and his parents. First he attacked, throwing me down the stairs, and then his parents kicked me and beat me, ”she says on the video. Magomed Tseretilov is the girl’s ex-husband, with whom she is currently suing because of the children.
By words Tseretilova, on Wednesday, August 18, a trial was held in a criminal case against Magomed for evading the payment of alimony (part 1 of article 157 of the Criminal Code). On it, a man said that he was sick with a coronavirus. With him are their children – two boys and a daughter. On Thursday, August 19, Nina, together with doctors, arrived at the house of the ex-husband’s parents in Buinaksk, where she was attacked.
“I first saw my ex-mother-in-law, she immediately began to insult. Then the doctors and I began to go upstairs, to the second floor, to the children. Magomed met me at the door. He also began to insult, shout and hit me on the head, face, and other parts of my body. Then he pushed me down the stairs, and my mother took part in this, ”she said.
After the incident, Tseretilova called the police and an ambulance. She also clarified that a neighbor and a taxi driver saw the moment of the beating. At the same time, the neighbor said that the Dagestani woman allegedly attacked her relatives herself.
Tseretilova divorced her husband about 10 years ago. She claimed that Magomed beat her, including during pregnancy, and after the divorce refused to pay child support. At the same time, the former spouses did not fix with whom the children live. Last year, a man took two sons and a daughter from his ex-wife’s apartment in Makhachkala and refused to return them.
In the fall, a court in Dagestan ruled that children should live with their father, since Tseretilova allegedly “leads a lifestyle that does not correspond to the norms and rules of behavior of a mother with many children” and “tattoos with inscriptions are depicted on her body.” The girl herself spokethat the children were taken away from her because of colored hair, piercings and tattoos.
In March of this year, the republic’s Supreme Court ruled to return the children to Nina. Despite this, the father refused return them, which is why the woman wrote a statement about their abduction. July 6 Tseretilov reportedthat she managed to get her eldest son back. A week later, the court satisfied the claim and limited in the parental rights of her ex-husband Magomed.