Ukrainian interpreter and dance instructor Kristina Novitskaya, 30, was discovered dead at her apartment in Turkey.
According to the police, the front door was locked with the key inside, the windows were also secured from the inside, and there was no trace of any struggle.
Incredibly, the police are claiming it was a suicide.
Her friends, however, say that ‘life-loving’ and ‘cheerful’ Ms Novitskaya would not have ended her own life.
‘We do not believe that she committed suicide,’ a friend told Obozrevatel media in Kyiv.
Reports say Turkish police believe she had become depressed at a lack of work due to the pandemic.
via Daily Mail:
After her family, friends and neighbours could not reach her, they alerted police. Her body was found in a sitting position on a chair in the middle of the room.
She was handcuffed, and a plastic bag was on her head, say reports.
Ropes, charcoal, and a scarf were also found at the scene but no cause of death has been announced so far.
The corpse has been sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for an autopsy.
The door was locked from inside, and a key was inside the keyhole, say reports citing Turkish police.
Windows were locked and there was no trace of a fight. A video shows the exterior of her home, and the security guards’ office at the complex.
Soon… obviously suicide, hmmmm?
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