Alla Pugacheva, who emigrated from Russia to Israel, is liquidating her last company in the country, writes RBC with reference to the Spark database. The application for the closure of ABP LLC was submitted on November 23.
The company was engaged in the publication of musical works and sound recording. In addition to ABP, Pugacheva has no operating companies left in Russia, the newspaper notes.
Mash in October claimed that the singer put up for sale her castle in the village of Gryaz near Moscow - allegedly for 1 billion rubles. In addition, she took the documents of her children from school, the Telegram channel wrote.
At the end of September, Alla Pugacheva left Russia with her children and went to Israel. On her Instagram page, she wrote : “Oh my God! What a blessing to be hated by those people whom I always could not stand. If they liked me, it would mean that I sang and lived in vain. The reason is clear. Let them grind their teeth. They were serfs, they became slaves.
The singer has faced pressure and condemnation because of the anti-war position of her husband Maxim Galkin - he publicly criticizes the Russian authorities for the unleashed war in Ukraine. In September, the Ministry of Justice declared Galkin a "foreign agent." Vladimir Putin's press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, said that "Russia and Galkin are not on the same path." After that, Pugacheva asked to be recognized as a "foreign agent" and her.