The decision to file a lawsuit is related to the publication of inaccurate information regarding the head of "Russia Sitting" Olga Romanova. Lawyers believe that the authors of the Meduza publication have submitted information about the conflict between Romanova and her son in a distorted form. Dmitry Romanov accused his mother of selling his apartment in Moscow, about which he wrote in detail on his Facebook page.
The claim of the lawyers is that when writing the material, they did not provide a comment from the second party. Two days after the publication of the publication, Meduza added the words of Olga Romanova, who asked the public "not to get involved in the family business." Romanova deprived her son of an apartment due to problems with creditors - she had to pay off the young man's debts. The head of "Sitting Russia" presented Dmitry Romanov with real estate when he was 22 years old.
"He always knew that I would cry in silence. Once everything became very tough, then more than once, and I said that I was depriving him of his inheritance. For a long time," Nation News quotes Roman.
If Rus Sitting files a lawsuit, Meduza faces liability in accordance with Article 152 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation. If a guilty verdict is issued, the media will have to refute the published information or remove the material.