Kristina Novitskaya Wiki
Kristina Novitskaya Biography
Kristina Novitskaya was discovered in her apartment at the Bodrum resort. Ms. Novitskaya was fluent in Turkish and worked as a professional interpreter and dance instructor.
Ms. Novitskaya graduated from Kiev National Linguistic University, where she studied Oriental languages. Ms. Novitskaya graduated from Kiev National Linguistic University, where she studied Oriental languages. However, they added that she was “reserved” about her private life in Turkey, where she lived and worked as a performer and dance instructor.
A Ukrainian interpreter was found dead with her hands handcuffed behind her back and a plastic bag over her head in her apartment in Turkey.
Kristina Novitskaya’s age
Kristina Novitskaya was 30 years old.
Her mother was traveling to Turkey from Kiev.
Cause of death
Novitskaya, was discovered at her home in the Bodrum resort on the Aegean coast on Saturday. She had died a few days before. The front door was locked inside, the windows were also locked from the inside, and there was no sign of fighting.
Local police say the main investigation is suicide, but her friends say that Ms Novitskaya, “life-loving” and “cheerful”, would not have ended her own life. “We do not believe that he committed suicide,” a friend told the Obozrevatel media in Kiev.
Reports say that Turkish police believe he had become depressed over lack of work due to the pandemic, but the precise cause of death has not been revealed. After her family, friends and neighbors could not locate her, they alerted the police. Her body was found in a sitting position on a chair in the middle of the room.
She was handcuffed and had a plastic bag over her head, reports say. Ropes, charcoal and a scarf were also found at the site, but the cause of death has not been announced so far. The body has been sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine for an autopsy.
The door was locked from the inside and a key was inside the keyhole, say reports citing Turkish police. The windows were closed and there was no sign of a fight. A video shows the exterior of her house and the office of the security guards in the complex.
“She was an incredibly kind, open-hearted and sweet person who never got into conflict and always helped others,” said a friend from her student days.
“She was quite reserved about her private life. Everyone who knew Kristina is deeply shocked. We don’t think she committed suicide.”
Another friend said: “It is true that she did not post about her love life on social media, but she was always so open, so full of life and happy.”
Friends called reports that she had become depressed, lonely and suicidal from the pandemic as “strange.” They hinted at a VIP partner in Turkey, but gave no details.
“This is a really weird version,” said a friend. “Kristina had a family and her mother is in Kiev. There was always another route to take which was to return home. Turkey had quite a lively time when tourists came back in the summer, Kristina would have found a job.
“I don’t believe in these versions. I think they are trying to cover up for someone important.”
Turkish police reported that CCTV cameras showed no visitors since a food delivery on December 31. Her body was found on Saturday. Reports say that Turkish police believe they had become depressed from lack of work due to the pandemic. According to the Turkish police, there was no trace of a fight and the key to the house was found in the keyhole.