Co-author of the program Natalia Stetsenko told why Skipsky was allowed to play at the club. At the end of July, the star “What? Where? When?" Mikhail Skipsky was accused of sexual harassment of schoolgirls. 41-year-old school teacher from St. Petersburg, presenter of the children's “What? Where7 When?”, Who has been playing in the club of experts for many years, got into the epicenter of the scandal after the post on Twitter by The Bell journalist Ekaterina Arenina. According to the girl, being her teacher of geography and mentor at the club, Skipsky invited her many times to a cafe, where he tried to kiss and touched her buttocks (at that time Arenina was underage). Later, when she turned 18, she still had a connection with Skipsky, which Arenina regrets very much. Following her, several more girls were accused of harassing Skipsky, having posted on Twitter a correspondence with the owner of the Crystal Owl. I'm so glad that someone started talking about it. my stories are less vile, and I also ask myself questions - why I behaved this way, why I came into contact pic.twitter.com/GjeKbFguNs - bow-onion (@un_ninex) July 22, 2020 Only a few months have passed, and Mikhail is back on screens. The connoisseur recently took part in the next round of the intellectual battle against TV viewers. This angered users of social networks - does the institution of reputation mean nothing to the management of the club? This question was answered by the co-author of the program Natalia Stetsenko, and at the same time she spoke about life "according to concepts" and according to the law. “Those people who believe that Skipsky shouldn't have played in this situation, how do they want to live in this country - according to the law or according to concepts? - Stetsenko wonders. "Now, if we live by the law, we have no legal grounds for some of our players, including Misha Skipsky, not to play."
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