We will remind, Andrei Zakharov is the author of the investigation about the third daughter of Vladimir Putin, which was never officially reported.
In his investigation, Zakharov wrote that Svetlana Krivonogikh, a shareholder of the Rossiya Bank, is the former mistress of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and her daughter “is phenomenally similar to him.” Putin met Krivonogikh even before he became president. In April 1999, when he was still the director of the FSB, he flew on business with the Krivonogikhs and an acquaintance at work in Smolny, Viktor Zolotov, who was accompanied by his then lover Dina Tsilevich. About this trip and the fact that Krivonogikh is included in the circle of those close to Putin, wrote in one of The Insider’s investigations.
In 2003, a daughter was born to the Crooked Legs. In the copies of the documents that Zakharov got acquainted with, the father of Elizabeth Krivonogikh is not indicated, only her patronymic is known – Vladimirovna.
Elizaveta lives under a different surname and maintains accounts on social networks under an assumed name. Judging by the portraits, she is phenomenally similar to the President of Russia. The same conclusion was reached by Professor Hassan Ugail, director of the Center for Visual Analysis at the University of Bradford, UK. The computer analysis carried out by him showed that the similarity between Putin and the younger Krivonogikh is 70.44%, while the similarity above 75% means that the pictures are the same person. “From this we can conclude about a possible relationship [между ними]”, – says the conclusion made by the professor.
According to the investigator’s estimates, the Krivonogikh family owns residential real estate in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Sochi for almost 1.1 billion rubles. She bought a huge apartment on Kamenny Island Krivonogikh in 2004 from a company that was associated with the bank “Russia”. The rector of the Mining University in St. Petersburg, Vladimir Litvinenko, helped the Krivonogikh family with other housing, under whose leadership Putin defended his dissertation. The structure of Gorny includes several hostels on Vasilievsky Island, including one on the street with the unusual name of Shkipersky Channel. In the early 2000s, a company associated with the Mining University acquired a number of premises and then sold them as apartments. Partly they went to the teachers, and partly to people who had no relation to the university, in particular, the mother of Svetlana Krivonogikh.