The activist turned to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov with a request to initiate proceedings against actress Leah Akhedzhakova under several articles of the Criminal Code. Call text distributed telegram channel “Bloody lady”.
Borodin said that Akhedzhakova criticizes “the decisions and policies adopted by state bodies and the President of the Russian Federation regarding the special military operation carried out by the Russian Federation in Ukraine” and allegedly financed the armed forces Ukrainians (Akhedzhakova herself denied this).
The whistleblower requested the initiation of criminal proceedings against Liya Akhedzhakova under articles of treason, “discrediting” the Russian military and inciting hatred or enmity. He also called for declaring the artist a “foreign agent” and depriving her of awards and state titles.
Akhedzhakova herself did not comment on this at the time of publication.
After the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, Liya Akhedzhakova repeatedly advocated an end to the war and urged people not to keep silent about her anti-war stance.
In early February, the Moscow Sovremennik Theater private Leah Akhedzhakova last role because of the “angry letters” addressed to her, after which the artist resigned theater.
After the last role in Sovremennik was taken from Akhedzhakova, director Kirill Serebrennikov organized the Letters for Leah campaign to support her. akhedzhakova writing 15 thousand letters.