The singer is outraged by her husband's claims to half of the property, because he allegedly lived at her expense. Singer Lyubov Uspenskaya said that she had made a will. Now the queen of the chanson regrets that at one time, before registering relations with businessman Alexander Plaksin, she did not draw up a marriage contract. Lyubov Zalmanovna noted that she made a will, but it may have to be rewritten in case of divorce. However, she refused to disclose the details of important papers: "This is a secret." "If I had been a little smarter, I would have made a marriage contract when I got married thirty years ago." The marriage of Plaksina and Uspenskaya was concluded in the United States, therefore, the possible dissolution of the marriage will take place according to the rules of the state of California. In an earlier interview, Lyubov Zalmanovna stated that the essence of a person can be learned through divorce. Decades ago, Ouspenskaya trusted her chosen one, considered him sweet and good. And now she finds her husband's demands dishonorable. "Does your conscience bother you when you go to bed?" - the singer quoted her own remark. "I bought him an apartment in America, and the business that he destroyed. He used me for 30 years. He absolutely did not care about my health, he lived well all these years at my expense, and now he wants to share," the star was indignant. Nevertheless, it is too early to talk about divorce. A year earlier, her husband presented Uspenskaya with an elite car. True, in a new interview, she was outraged by the received copy and stated that by the spring of 2021 she would change to another car. The singer asked for a Rolls-Royce Phantom and received a cheaper car from the same manufacturer. The desired car costs a million dollars (74 million rubles), and what she received is almost half as much - 600 thousand dollars (45 million rubles). “As we lived in shit, so we live,” the artist summed up in an interview with the correspondent. TV show "You Won't Believe It!".
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