Lawyers Dmitry Rybolovlev stressed that the accusations, which may be the basis for trial or conviction, were not made. The media reported that the Monaco businessman was charged with the "corruption" and "trade-related"
Lawyers for Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev confirmed that he was accused in Monaco. This is stated in a statement by defenders Hervé Temim and Tom Jacquardy, who received from RBC from the press service of a businessman.
"We also confirm that Dmitry Riscovlev is under judicial control, but we clarify that he is completely free in his movements," said lawyers, explaining that an entrepreneur must comply with the only condition – not to meet the individuals involved in the process, and Investigation judge call. Rybolovlev "will do as he ever did," the defense said.
Lawyers also pointed out that, in the case of Rybolovlev, "they are by no means the basis of a legal process, not to mention facts that could lead to a conviction". "At this stage, Mr Rybolovlev is considered innocent," the lawyers added, but did not clarify the charges.
Russian businessman Dmitry Ceckin's spokesman confirmed that Rybolovlev could leave Monaco freely. Go "Dmitry Riscovlev was not released on bail or on his own, but under the condition of judicial control, he is not forbidden to leave Monaco," Cecskin explained.
The media held a businessman on Tuesday; Le Monde claimed that the Monaco Prosecutor's Office attributed to him the events of "corruption", "influence trade" and synergy in these crimes. Protection Rybolovlev, for its part, asked to observe the presumption of innocence of a businessman.
Later it became known that Rybolovlev was volunteered for questioning in order to testify in his controversy with Swiss art dealer Yves Bouvier. Lawyers for the entrepreneur claimed that the question was about the information kept on their colleague's phone, another defender of Rybolovlev, Tatiana Bersenda.
The media also reported that, together with a Russian businessman, the judges of Monaco were detained.
On Wednesday, it was reported that Rybolovlev was released by the police station but before that they were blamed. The billionaire remains under judicial control and is at home.
In 2015, Dmitry Riscovlev accused Bouvier's art dealer of charging an overvalued bill for dozens of paintings, including the author of Picasso, Modigliani and Rothko. This is overpayment of a billion dollars.
In 2017, articles in the French press were published, arguing that Rybolovlev had benefited from his links to law enforcement and judicial bodies in Monaco to influence the investigation into his claim to Bouvier.