Chanson star and famous Russian singer Lyubov Uspenskaya, at the age of 66, decided to issue a will. The singer explained her act by the fact that now is the time when you don't know what to expect from tomorrow, writes StarHit.
“To avoid unpleasant situations, I drew up a will on my property and now I can sleep peacefully, knowing that if something happens, it will be easier for those indicated in this will to enter into inheritance rights. I think this is correct and prudent,”Ouspenskaya said.
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At the moment, it is not known who exactly the artist wrote in her will. The singer has a daughter, Tatyana Plaksina, with whom the artist has a very difficult relationship. Ouspenskaya has no other direct heirs, but this does not mean that her other relatives cannot receive the state of the star.
Tatiana left for the USA to her father Alexander Plaksin after a scandal with her mother. A relative tried to help the girl and support her, but Plaksina did not build good relations with him either.
According to her daughter Uspenskaya, it was her father who "hid" her in a psychiatric hospital, from which Plaksina later fled. She stated that Alexander wanted to take the money for himself. Tatiana considers her own mother a tyrant and a monster and more than once threatened to "reveal all her sins to the public."