Latest Situation of Russian model Gretta Vedler, who called Putin “Psychopath”

The latest developments regarding the death of Russian model Gretta Vedler, who called Putin a “psychopath”, became clear.

The uncertainty about the model Gretta Vedler, who shocked everyone with her death, still continues.

According to the latest information, it is known how the deceased model was killed after a murder.

There has been no clear development yet in the murder of the model, who is alleged to have been killed for calling Putin a “psychopath”.

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What Happened?

Model Gretta Vedler, who called Putin “Psychopath” on her social media account last year, was found dead in the forest. The teams investigating the incident announced that the young model was killed by her boyfriend Dmitry Korovin.

Model Gretta Vedler (23) residing in Russia came to the fore last year with her criticisms of Russian President Putin and the words “He is a psychopath”.

After reporting from Vedler’s boyfriend, who has been missing since January last year, the young model was found dead in a suitcase in a forest 400 kilometers from Lipetsk.

The police, upon expanding the investigation, found that the young model Vedler was killed by her boyfriend Dmitry Korovin. Vedler, in his statement to the police, stated that he had argued with the young girl for money and that he committed the murder for this reason.

The body of the 23-year-old Russian model, who branded Putin as a ‘psychopath’, was found hidden in a suitcase in the trunk of her car, a year after she disappeared after her lover confessed to strangling her to death.

Event Highlights

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  • Gretta Vedler was murdered a month after calling Putin a “psycho” online.
  • She predicted that any attempt to ‘enhance Russia’s integrity’ would result in tears.
  • ‘Jealous’ ex-boyfriend Dmitry Korovin admits he strangled her to death
  • She had rowed for money and left her body in the trunk of her car for over a year.

She told her followers: ‘For psychopaths, it is important to constantly experience a sense of fullness and sharpness of life, so they love risk, intense experiences, intense communication, intense activity – an intense and dynamic life.

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