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How Victoria Lopyreva was left without watches and jewelry valued at $2 million

 

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How Lopyreva was left without watches and jewelry for two million dollars.

On january 2007 In Moscow, the two-time winner of the Miss Russia contest Victoria Lopyreva was robbed. From her three-room apartment, thieves took out a collection of watches worth about $ 2 million.

On Sunday, the apartment of the winner of the national competition "Miss Russia" in 2003 and 2004, Victoria Lopyreva, was robbed in Moscow. As RIA Novosti was told at the Presnensky police station, “the offender, having damaged the lock of the front door, entered the apartment on Zoologicheskaya Street, where Lopyreva lives, and stole jewelry and money.”

According to preliminary data from the investigating authorities, the damage amounted to more than 50 million rubles.

From a 3-room apartment in an elite building, they took out $ 100 thousand and a unique collection of watches, which Lopyreva herself estimated at 50 million rubles.

The broken locks were discovered by the former Miss Russia, who later became the director of the competition (now she no longer holds this position). After checking the safe, the owner of the apartment did not find any money in it and called the police. Lopyreva was not at home on Friday and Saturday - on one of these days the crime was committed. The intruders were able to get into Lopyreva's apartment, despite the security at the entrance and the video surveillance system.

The intricate locks in the iron door also did not cause trouble for the thieves.

According to one version, the robbery of Lopyreva could have been ordered.

At the moment, a criminal case has been opened on the fact of theft. The operatives hope that the footage from the surveillance cameras will help them to figure out the robbers, and have already begun reviewing them.

“Miss Russia-2003” itself has already commented on the incident. “If someone needs this money for an expensive operation, then let them help that person,” Lopyreva told reporters. "But if it was theft for the purpose of profit, then let these people answer according to the law."

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In Moscow, Victoria lives in an apartment on Zoologicheskaya Street and drives a car with a driver. The day is spent in negotiations, meetings and travel. The girl's mother is almost always at home, but on Friday she went away on business.

On the day of the robbery, according to Victoria, she was not in Moscow. Former "Miss Russia" just went to the shooting at the invitation of one of the domestic TV companies.

“The fact that the door was broken open was discovered by my mother when she returned home,” says Vika. “All my jewelry, my collection of expensive watches have been stolen. I'm not more worried about the stolen valuables - the trauma is rather psychological.

I remember that Ksenia Sobchak's jewelry was also stolen

The apartment is decorated in a modern style. The interiors are dominated by light shades. But the fashion model knows how to place interesting bright accents. The black and gold frame of the mirror is in perfect harmony with the decorative pillow with ornaments in the same colors.

Windows with protective grilles inside the glass unit give the room an aristocratic English look. It is complemented by a wrought-iron balcony lattice, walls decorated with massive gray blocks, and ash parquet flooring. And for a complete triumph of exquisite taste - minimalistic curtains on the windows and the same conservative furniture.

Victoria loves paintings. And paintings depicting birds are quite a fashionable trend. The color of the frames of the paintings is in harmony with the furniture in vintage style.

The kitchen is interestingly decorated in the style of a New York loft: the original plank floor and a roughly finished bar counter.

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But now that Victoria has given birth to a son, she will have to expand her living space. We will wait for new photo sessions in new apartments.  ■

 

 

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