The trial between the singer's parents and their failed son-in-law over their only grandson moved to the courthouse. The first meeting took place last Monday.
The conflict between the relatives of the deceased singer Zhanna Friske and her common-law spouse, TV presenter Dmitry Shepelev flared up with renewed vigor. More than six months have passed since the death of the artist, who was diagnosed with brain cancer. All this time, news appeared in the media about the proceedings of the parties who could not resolve the issue of custody of the only son of Jeanne and the division of the inheritance.
Recall that the boy lives with his father, who, according to the parents, Friske forbids them to see their grandson. To resolve the situation, grandparents turned to the guardianship and guardianship authorities, who issued a resolution with the rules for meetings of little Plato with his mother's family. However, these measures failed to resolve the situation - Zhanna's father said that Dmitry still did not allow him and his wife to see the boy.
So, for their right to communicate with the baby, the singer's family began to fight through the courts. Last Monday, in the Khamovniki Court of Moscow, the first meeting was held, which was attended by representatives of the parties and a certain Radik Gushchev, who had previously stated that he could be the father Plato, since he and Zhanna had an affair before her passion for Shepelev. As it turned out, at the trial, the man demanded DNA testing to find out whose son the boy was.
The lawyer of the Friske family Gennady Rashchevsky later told the press that this meeting was of an introductory nature. “A court session was held where our petition was accepted and the defendant's petition in our claim was accepted,” the man said. - All the necessary requirements of the court are the requirements for clarifying the position in which he will be brought up and in what position the meetings of little Plato and his grandfather with his grandmother and aunt will take place. Therefore, this is a normal meeting, nothing supernatural happened.” The next meeting will take place on February 18. By this time, Zhanna's parents must prove to the court that they live in the conditions necessary for meeting with the child and do not get sick.