The club where the “naked” party took place wants 70 million rubles from Ivleeva

The management of the Moscow club “Mutabor” plans to file a lawsuit against Nastya Ivleevademanding compensation in the amount of 70 million rubles.

According to the Mash Telegram channel, the reason for the lawsuit is the negative impact on the club’s reputation caused by its participation in the “naked” parties in collaboration with the organizers.

Ivleeva paid 3 million rubles for this event and, according to the agreement, undertook not to violate the laws of the Russian Federation, avoid the use of profanity, and also prevent provocative or defamatory actions against the establishment.

Representatives of the club administration claim that they did not expect such incidents. However, Ivleeva’s “immoral event” seriously hit Mutabor’s finances and reputation. As a result of the inspection by law enforcement agencies, other violations were identified. The club is currently closed and sealed.

Ivleeva herself faced financial difficulties, including tax ones, which she had already resolved, as well as received a fine in the amount of 100 thousand rubles for organizing a scandalous event.

Author Oleg Loginov

Oleg Loginov – student at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru

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