Actor Mikhail Efremov is laying claim to the apartment that his uncle Alexander Pokrovsky bequeathed to the Gromov family, who had been caring for him for 19 years. Shot reports.
The publication emphasizes that Pokrovsky owned two apartments: a 5-room apartment on Tverskaya, which he left to Efremov, and a 3-room apartment on Olimpiysky Prospect to Gromov. Pokrovsky’s wife Nina transferred 1/2 of her apartment to a family of assistants, but Alexander did not do this.
According to Shot, Pokrovsky trusted Efremov, who said that he would not lay claim to the property. However, when the Pokrovskys passed away, Efremov assumed the rights of inheritance. The Gromov family is afraid that the Efremovs will move neighbors in with them in order to turn “their lives into hell.”
It was recently reported that the uncle of actor Mikhail Efremov, Alexander Pokrovsky, bequeathed his fortune to the family of driver Sergei Zakharov. On October 16, the Moscow Law Office received a letter from accompanist Alexander Pokrovsky, who passed away six months ago. In it, a person introducing himself as Mikhail Efremov’s uncle accuses the artist of pressure: he allegedly previously forced a relative to include himself in the will for an apartment.
Mikhail Efremov was sentenced to 7.5 years in prison for an accident that occurred on June 8, 2020.