Oxana Fedorova is allegedly involved with a criminal boss in St.Petersburg
All Russian and foreign media outlets have paid a lot of attention to Oxana Fedorova lately. The withdrawal of the Miss Universe title has definitely put her in the spotlight. Headlines like “Oxana Fedorova Added 7 Kilos to Her Weight” or “Miss Universe 2002 Is a Little Pregnant” could be seen in every tabloid
Tabloids have stirred up rumors about Oxana’s boyfriend. He is reportedly a dark-haired man involved in the construction business in St.Petersburg and very rich. His last name has definitely not been exposed, but everyone is certain that the beauty queen of the Universe got knocked up by that “mysterious builder.”
No one has been able confirm Oxana’s pregnancy. However, the newspaper Leningradskaya Pravda managed to find out hher lover's name.
The man’s name is Vladimir Golubev – a notorious character in St.Petersburg. He does not have anything to do with the construction business. Vladimir Golubev was born one sunny spring day in 1955. He comes from a Jewish family, but, contrary to his family's traditions, he did not go to high school. Instead, he started dealing with illegal commerce, but that was not enough for him. Robberies were followed with plunder and so on and so forth. As a result, Vladimir Golubev had to spend several years of his life behind bars.
He eventually returned to St. Petersburg and joined a large criminal group, which divided up city at the beginning of the 1990s. He introduced himself as a criminal boss who had spent 12 years in prison.
For a start, he tried to organize a social fund to help military men. However, his attempt was not successful. He had to move to more simple things like illegal commerce and women. Vladimir Golubev was rather successful with women. He even lost count of his wives. Golubev would marry them, steal expensive things, and leave without saying goodbye. His business career was crowned with a representative office of the Biont Corporation, an American company.
Golubev even managed to befriend the leader of the most brutal bandit group of St.Petersburg, Andrey Volov. The latter had good links in the law-enforcement bodies of the city, so Golubev had a road to reach FSB agents. He started spreading fake rumors about himself, claiming that he was a major sponsor of major criminal groups. Apparently, he tried too hard. He was seriously beaten up by bandits. They even tied him up to a boat and arranged a free “water ski ride” without any water skis.
After that incident, Golubev had to move to Moscow. Nowadays, he sometimes extorts money from oligarchs with the help of his allegedly powerful links in the criminal world.
Rumors say that Vladimir Golubev has never had anything against the modeling business, even the ugliest side of it. Perhaps this helped him get close to Miss Universe. Does Oxana Fedorova realize with whom she is dealing?
Translated by Dmitry Sudakov
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