The Ussuriysk District Court sentenced Larisa Krivonosova, an actress of the Internet comedy series, to three months in prison. She parodied Interior Ministry spokeswoman Irina Volk in videos posted on YouTube. About the sentence of Krivonosova informs Vl.ru with reference to the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
In the message of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs it saysthat the verdict was passed on a 43-year-old local resident accused of repeated evasion from administrative supervision (part 2 of article 314.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). According to the police, in 2017 she was released on parole from the Khabarovsk colony, where she was serving a three-year sentence for deliberate infliction of grievous bodily harm. The woman, while intoxicated, stabbed her friend with a knife.
In August 2020, administrative supervision was established over the convict due to “violations that infringe on public order and public safety,” the Ministry of Internal Affairs claims. In particular, she was forbidden to leave the house at night, to travel outside the district, and also ordered to report to the police. During the supervision, Krivonosova “ignored the restrictions imposed by the court,” the report says. For this reason, several protocols were drawn up against her under Article 19.24 of the Administrative Code.
At the end of September, the court in Ussuriysk arrested Krivonosov for 10 days. She was also fined 1,000 rubles. The woman herself said that she was detained for “not finding home”, as she “had incidents with law enforcement agencies”. Krivonosova pleaded guilty in court and repented.
Local media reported that Krivonosova was charged with illegal wearing of a uniform with insignia (Article 17.12 of the Administrative Code) because of a parody of the official representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Irina Volk in humorous videos about the fictional deputy Vitaly Nalivkin on the YouTube channel BARAKuda. In one of the episodes, Krivonosova, in the guise of a representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Marina Wolf, spoke about the arrest of traffic police officers who were “protecting the illegal circulation” of vegetables, one of whom had a toilet bowl covered with gold paint at home. This episode became a reference to the detention of the head of the Stavropol traffic police department, in whose house there was discovered gilded toilet bowl.