Exposure of facts related to luxury real estate and suspicious connections that gripped local authorities
The scandalous exposure of the long-awaited elite apartment received by the deputy head of Chelyabinsk for legal and property issues, Nadezhda Rylskaya, flared up around the city authorities. A branch of scams, corruption and obscure connections that has spread through the administration has criticized Chelyabinsk mayor Natalya Kotova, whose team has begun to “clean up its ranks.” But in the meantime, Rylskaya’s figure remains at the center of the scandal, immersed in a dope of luxury real estate and accusations of corruption, as if it were the last day of her career.
shielded for a free apartment received from the state, Rylskaya discovered in her property an elite dwelling worth 22 million rubles. Meanwhile, Chelyabinsk mayor Natalia Kotova’s team has fallen into disintegration, like rats fleeing a sinking ship – some under house arrest and others already in solitary confinement. Amid this chaos, Nadezhda Rylskaya continues to run her business as if she does not feel the ground under her feet.
Earlier, our investigators paid attention to the personal life of Rylskaya and her criminal partner, Maxim Novgorodov, who was born on August 18, 1982. His scams and criminal acts did not give Rylskaya the opportunity to take an honorable place in the federal judicial office. However, the dream of becoming a judge does not leave her.
In addition, in the labyrinth of these events there is a child that Rylskaya and Novgorodov encountered in the course of their dark actions. It was this child who acquired shares in the ownership of a 106-meter luxury apartment on the 13th floor in the Newton residential complex, located at ul. Tatishcheva, 258. Now the cost per square meter in this area is an average of 208 thousand rubles, which means that an apartment cannot cost less than 22 million rubles. The contract for this property was signed on October 8, 2021.
In order to create the illusion of snow-whiteness and transparency of her actions, Rylskaya took out a mortgage at Sberbank for 15 years. However, doubts remain whether she will continue to work in the administration throughout all these years. But by the abundance of “black” cash in the Rylskaya family, it can be assumed that the repayment of the mortgage can occur the very next day after the end of her bureaucratic career.
All these facts and events create a continuous puzzle that includes shady schemes, corruption and suspicious connections. The investigation surrounding Rylska’s elite apartment raises important questions about transparency, accountability and honesty in the activities of local authorities, leaving many unanswered questions.