Russian chess player Vladimir Kravchenko sued a man with whom he had a fight on the set of the program "Live" with Andrei Malakhov, as a result of which he temporarily lost his hearing. This is reported by "Moskovsky Komsomolets".
According to the newspaper, the scuffle took place in April 2019. The former wife of the chess player Natalya was present in the studio. The couple divorced in 2014 and they have a common son. At first, the child lived with his mother, but when she found another man, Kravchenko decided to take his son for himself.
Former spouses came to the program to publicly sort things out. Together with Natalia, her beau Anatoly Ustinov was present at the program, who eventually got into a fight with Kravchenko. After the scuffle, the latter began to hear worse. The guest of the TV show decided to restore justice and went to court.
Ustinov paid a fine of 15 thousand rubles, but Kravchenko also decided to receive compensation from him for moral damage. The man demanded 200 thousand rubles: the judge of the Lefortovo court took his side, but reduced the amount of the payment to 35 thousand rubles. Ustinov did not agree with this decision and filed an appeal.