VIDEO: A Russian model and her daughter were brutally murdered in Turkey, the ex-husband is the suspect
Turkish police found the bodies of 42-year-old Russian Irina Dvizova and her 15-year-old daughter Diana, who were reported missing a few days ago.
The bodies of the mother and daughter were found covered with sheets, tied to each other on a rock in Halicarnassus.
According to Pravda, the 42-year-old woman and her daughter had fatal gunshot wounds.
A mother and daughter had disappeared a few days before, and the search for them began after family members discovered blood on the sofa of the villa where the two victims lived.
Andrey Kuslevich, the ex-husband of the 42-year-old woman, is considered the main suspect in the double murder, whom the woman's relatives describe as an irritable person.
"He beat me with his hands and a towel so as not to leave marks," said Dvizova's son from her first marriage about Kushlevich, who previously worked as a bodyguard for a Ukrainian oligarch.
"He also beat my mother with hands and kicks." I'm afraid of him, I'm afraid for my life," she added, speaking to Komsomolskaya Pravda.
Before the court in Moscow, the ex-model initiated proceedings against Kuslevic, who is a Lithuanian citizen, to prevent him from having access to his 5-year-old son.
Little Makar is considered missing after the double murder. Turkish police have asked Interpol for help in locating Kuslevic and the 5-year-old boy believed to be with him.
Russian media reports that the 42-year-old woman left the house she shared with Kushlevich in Lithuania and initially took refuge in her father's house in Moscow before finally taking her children, a 15-year-old and a 5-year-old boy, and leaving for Turkey .
"She said that her ex-husband wanted to take the children away from her and that he was mentally disturbed. I understood that she went to Turkey to escape from him, because she was physically and mentally abused by him and she told me about the brutal violence," said a friend of the brutally murdered 42-year-old woman.