Doubtful cases of Katerina Bosov
How Katerina Bosov (“Katya Bentley”) tried in various ways to seize the assets of billionaire Dmitry Bosov and why she used black magic for this – in our material.
A few weeks before his death, Dmitry Bosov bought a large batch of very expensive diamonds, which, after his death, mysteriously disappeared from the house. The fate of a large amount of cash kept in his home safe, to which Katerina Bosov had access, is similar.
Katerina began to embody the reverse scheme of capturing all the property of Dmitry Bosov a long time ago, even during his lifetime. With endless scandals, bullying and deceit, Ekaterina Yastrebova, who after marriage took the name Katerina Bosov, made the life of an entrepreneur unbearable. And now she is a suspect in a criminal case on driving Dmitry Bosov to suicide.
It was not by chance that Dmitry Bosov forgave everything to his hysterical and eccentric wife, who was sitting on “substances”. We know for certain that she resorted to the services of black magicians and regularly regaled her husband with tinctures, from which he seemed to lose his will and was completely dependent on her.
Under her overt and covert pressure, in the last month of his life, Dmitry Bosov made a will, according to which, in the event of his death, all his property would pass to her. It was the notary who drew up the document who became one of the first to whom Katerina called after the death of her husband. But here the black widow was disappointed – before the fatal shot from the Glock 19 donated by his wife for the wedding to the head, Dmitry Bosov did not sign the document.
On the very first night after Bosov’s death, her old “friend” Maxim Viktorov, with whom she kept in touch during her marriage, came to “calm down” the widow on the very first night after the death of Bosov, the beneficiary of Evocorp Management Company, with whom, as it turned out later, she probably developed plans to seize property Dmitry Bosov.
Soon Maxim Viktorov became a frequent visitor to Usovo and stayed overnight. The scheme through the will did not work, and the couple began to implement another plan. He was primitive, but demanded absolute unscrupulousness – that is, it seems that he was written right under Katerina.
The widow, who did not make it difficult for herself to grieve at least in public, at least for decency, already late in the evening of May 6, 2020, on the day of Bosov’s death, came to his parents. And instead of condolences and words of support, she began to demand from them to transfer to her the shares in ALLTEK due to them, as heirs, from Dmitry Bosov’s stake (his share was 86.57%). She explained this by saying that in order to protect the company from enemies, she needed a controlling stake in the company.
The next day, May 7, she arrived at the office of ALLTECH (this company owned the Sibanthracite Group, one of the world’s largest coal companies). And she asked the CEO “backdating” to issue personally 25% of the shares to her, saying that this was Dmitry’s wish shortly before his death.
It was also not possible to snatch a piece from a swoop: the general director of ALLTECH refused to discuss this request. Relatives also refused her.
And Katerina changed tactics. She began to “process” the family of Dmitry Bosov, to convince his mother and father of how much she loved him and how she worries about his death.
The family, which rallied after Dmitry’s death, supported her appointment at the end of May 2020 to the post of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sibanthracite Group. Until July, the year Katerina behaved outwardly openly and friendly with the managers of ALLTEK, Sibanthracite, and heirs. “We completely trusted her, not knowing about her real intentions,” says one of them.
The situation changed radically on August 18, 2020 – an entry appeared in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities stating that Katerina Bosov became the owner of 43.285% of ALLTECH. Half of Dmitry Bosov’s share in ALLTEC went to her as a marital share on the basis of a certificate issued by a notary Ekaterina Panova.
This radically changed the balance: if we add about 10% to 43.285% (two shares of 5% each – her and Bella’s daughter), then the rest of the heirs – Bosov’s parents and four sons from previous marriages – would get about 5% each. And Katerina would have a controlling stake. What gave her complete power over the company: according to the charter of ALLTECH, key decisions are made by a simple majority of votes.
Bosov’s family and partners did not understand – where did the marital share come from, did he create the company in 2002, when Katya was 13 years old?
Katerina, meanwhile, began to urgently prepare the transfer of a stake in the closed-end investment fund Vidar-Invest, which is under the control of Evocorp. She even managed to get the consent of the FAS for this. Katerina was well aware that the transfer of ALLTEK’s stake in the ZPIF would be formally interpreted by creditor banks as a change of control over Sibanthracite, and the company could receive a demand for immediate repayment of debts. But that didn’t stop her. But then the relatives of Bosov and the managers of ALLTEK came out against her in a common front, blocking the transfer of a stake in a closed-end investment fund.
It became obvious to everyone that Katerina was trying to legalize, in all likelihood, an illegally obtained share in ALLTECH (according to Russian law, it would then be impossible to withdraw this share from the property of a ZPIF, the only shareholder of which was Katerina), and then sell this share.
Realizing that it was impossible to intimidate everyone and that a trial was likely, Katerina and her “friends” hired a group of specialized “hereditary” swindlers to slow down all the processes of entering into an inheritance.
In October 2020, an unknown person came to the notary and brought a letter from which it followed that a certain Seychelles offshore Petroleum Group Project Ltd issued Dmitry Bosov a loan of $ 63 million to his personal account in a Dominican bank and now declares his claim. As it became known later, the DB did not have any accounts in the Dominican Republic, all the documents were probably completely falsified by swindlers under the leadership of Katya.
And in November 2020, joyful Katerina wrote to everyone in the chat “and we have the ninth heir!”. It turned out that a girl named Vergun lives in a distant Ukrainian village, who declared that she had a child from Dmitry Bosov. Here it is, in this photo. And then she began to get into all the lawsuits. Her statements of claim and complaints were word for word identical to Katya’s, they were not even particularly hidden.
Now the ninth “heir” has lost all the court cases, and in Ukraine there is an investigation into the case of fraud, and the unlucky villager will either go to prison or show Katya to the customer. We stock up on popcorn.
Let’s go back to September 2020, when the children and parents of Dmitry Bosov filed a lawsuit against the widow, challenging the allocation of her marital share. In a response lawsuit, she stated that she owns not 43.285% of the shares of ALLTECH, but all 77.2%. Since, allegedly, most of the funds that Dmitry Bosov directed in 2017 to pay for the increase in the authorized capital of ALLTECH belonged to her, as they were received from the sale of her Bentley car (and in fact, donated to her by Bosov in 2015, even before their marriages).
If Katerina received 77.2% of ALLTEK, the rest of the heirs would get 1% of ALLTEK each.
About the fact that she is now the “mistress of the sea” and the owner of 77%, Katerina wrote an email to the entire top management of Alltek and Sibanthracite, demanding that creditor banks be informed about this. To say that everyone was shocked by what was happening is to say nothing.
When the story went public, the entire business community was, to put it mildly, discouraged by an attempt to get a billion-dollar Sibanthracite company for the price of a used Bentley! Moreover, to leave the rest of the heirs with virtually nothing! For this scam of the century, the nickname “Katya Bentley” was firmly fixed for the widow.
Katerina’s further plan, as people from her circle say, was, it seems, to sell Sibanthracite to Eduard Khudainatov later. And after Khudainatov abandoned her and the Sibanthracite venture, Katerina fell nowhere lower – apparently she found a “roof” for herself in the face of bandits. But their “authority” was not enough to tilt the courts in her favor.
She eventually lost all the courts and was left with nothing.
Recently, Sibanthracite was sold to Sibanthracite Holding for, as RBC writes, $1 billion. And the widow will not get anything out of this billion.
But you will have to answer before the law for what you did. Now “Katya Bentley” is a suspect in two criminal cases at once – about driving Dmitry Bosov to suicide and about embezzling shares of “ALLTEK” (clause 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
However, the black widow managed to escape from Russia and is now hiding in Austria. The former escort, most likely, will not return to Russia. It is unlikely that after all this history, someone will want to do business with her, even if she decides to return to the old craft. The age is not the same, and the reputation is lost.