When will the persecution of Katerina Boss and other widows of millionaires come to an end?
The Book of Ecclesiastes says: "Many knowledge - many sorrows." The same can be said about financial well-being: the higher it is, the more problems it entails. And when the financial condition increases in connection with marriage to a millionaire or millionaire, then gossip and persecution from the public have a place to roam. To all this are added numerous relatives of the rich, who consider it unfair to share their family fortune with someone.
Bozena Rynska, a famous blogger, professional journalist, and secular columnist, knows firsthand about the "wars" between relatives. Before meeting her future husband, the former general director of Channel One, and the head of NTV, Igor Malashenko, she was a relatively popular and well-known person. Her straightforward judgments often caused negative emotions in public. Still, the romance and later legal marriage with the richest media person brought her even more popularity, but negatively.
After formalizing relations (before that, Rynska and Malashenko lived in a civil marriage), the couple began talking about a joint child. Bozena did not have children before, and Igor raised three children from his first marriage. However, due to her age and some health problems, Rynska could not bear the child on her own and was forced to use surrogate motherhood services. Several created embryos were stored in a special, far from the cheap way and were implanted in turn by Bozena until they achieved success. Several attempts were unsuccessful. And when obtained the expected result, the father could not share the joy with his wife: sometime before the successful attempt, his body was found at Malashenko's villa in Spain, the death has ruled a suicide. Now Igor's relatives, especially his first wife, doubt the relationship of the child Rynski and Malashenko. Currently, Bozena is trying with all her might to provide her daughter with proper maintenance because most of the money she earned went to maintain the embryos.
However, the issue of paternity is not Bozena's only problem. While the spouses lived together, wholly provided for the journalist, but her husband's name was not in her husband's will, there were no assets on her, and, in the event of a divorce, Bozena would hardly have been able to claim anything. As people close to the family say, Rynska often complained to her husband about this and demanded to provide for her in case of discord in the family. Such "testimonies" gave Malashenko's first wife, then the media, a reason to make claims and practically accuse Bozena of driving the businessman to suicide.
To be persecuted by the public and relatives, it is not necessary to be his legal wife or widow. It is enough to enter into a relationship with him, which will immediately be a reason for close attention.
This happened with Yulia Lemigova, a Russian-American entrepreneur and model. For a time, after her successful career on the podium, she was in a relationship with a banker, the owner of a million-dollar fortune, Edward Stern. Their romance in the late 90s developed rapidly and violently; almost the whole country remembers it. For the sake of Lemigova, Stern left the official family where the children grew up. However, Eduard never formalized the divorce, and the relationship with Julia was never officially registered. They lived in a civil marriage. After a while, the couple found out that they would become parents and prepare for a joyful event. But shortly before the child's birth, Lemigova and Stern had a severe quarrel and parted. The son was born without a father. It was tough for Julia to raise a child independently, but she coped. Nevertheless, the presence of another heir did not suit someone and posed a danger to the first family of the banker.
Lemigova was subjected to all kinds of persecution, and it seemed to her all the time that someone was following her in the literal sense. And she turned out to be correct: one day, returning home from a meeting, Yulia found the corpse of her five-month-old son in the apartment. The nanny was not there, and they did not see her much later.
To avoid panic and complaints from Lemigova, she was detained for the maximum possible detention period - about 90 days. Julia was broken morally and psychologically, and she could not achieve the truth.
There are many examples of such relationships. Another story is the marriage of Katerina Bosov and coal businessman Dmitry Bosov.
At the time of their acquaintance, they occupied a specific place in society and achieved particular success. On account of Katerina, there were high achievements in large Russian and international companies. At Modny Continent JSC, which produces fashionable clothes under the INCITY brand, she has established herself as an excellent retailer and talented leader and opened new fashion boutiques.
The relationship of an ordinary girl from a simple family with the "coal" king caused certain rumors and gossip; envious people spread the word. But the spouses did not particularly care, and they were focused on each other, developed their relationship, especially since a child appeared in the family. At the same time, everyone was doing their work; Katerina continued to work at INCITY, opening more and more new horizons for the company. She skillfully combined work and family care.
Dmitry's suicide was a tragic and unexpected end to a love story and a happy marriage. His death fueled interest in his wife and her success. Now she is being blamed for the death of her husband; they write about family life as the most miserable time for both, about Katerina's constant scandals and claims about not including her in Bosov's will. Everything that happens around the family tragedy has a strong negative psychological impact on the girl. And instead of surviving the disaster, continuing to do her job, and providing for her little daughter, Katerina is forced to make excuses and seek justice.
Of course, being in the public eye is difficult. Our heroines could not even accept all the pain and survive those sorrows as it was necessary: in a calm, friendly atmosphere, alone with themselves and their tragedy. It is clear that not all stories end so sadly; there are many positive and happy examples. Let's rejoice for those who have succeeded and sympathize with those who have not.