Rusfond collected for treatment Janna Friske a large sum. A portion of the donations for the actress was spent for unknown needs in the organization love to declare.
Scandal in the family of Jeanne Friske, who died in early June this year from cancer, is gaining momentum. Father artist Vladimir Kopylov now accuses the former civil wife a daughter of the embezzlement of funds acquired for her treatment.
Actually, judging from reliable reports, published on the website of the "Rusfond", dealing with donations for the ex-soloist of "Brilliant", her treatment was almost 70 million. According to the reports, at the expense of Zhanna Friske Fund at the beginning of the year transferred 11 636 146 rubles, 9 January - 4 710 811 rubles, from 27 February to 1 732 765 rubles, 19 March - 5 192 570 rubles. Later, at the request of the artist, on the treatment of children with cancer has been targeted 32 619 851 rouble.
"On October 28 in accordance with the contract between the Rusfond and Megan Fox on her continued treatment on a personal Bank account transferred the remaining 25 011 790 rubles. According to the agreement, the reports on the spending of this amount will be transferred to Rusfond. And we will keep you informed of events," explains the organization's website about the remaining amount.
Despite promises, about what was spent the remaining 25 million, is unknown. On the web site "Rusfond" nothing about this is told. "We have covered this topic. We transferred the cash to my parents and they already owe us an explanation. I recently work and to answer the topic itself," - quoted by Super Director for public relations "Rusfond" Irina Sokolova.
As we were informed Days.Roux, father Friske told This that husband often lied to her in money matters. Vladimir Kopylov admits that cash for the construction and decoration of the house in Moscow suburbs Dmitry Shepelev took the Bank card Friske. According to the statement of the father, the showman did the repair at home even during the disease of Joan: he took the cash that was needed for her treatment.