The court announced the information in connection with "numerous media inquiries." The footballer is obliged to pay 1/6 of the earnings by decision of the Vyborg court of August 12
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The Vyborg District Court of St. Petersburg ordered the ex-striker of the Russian national team and St. Petersburg Zenit Alexander Kerzhakov to pay 1/6 of alimony earnings to the first wife of Maria Kerzhakova. This was reported in the Telegram channel of the Joint Press Service of the Judicial System of St. Petersburg.
The court announced the information in connection with "numerous media inquiries." In particular, on Wednesday, November 6, Kerzhakov in an interview with RIA Novosti reported that in January the Federal Tax Service blocked his accounts after a statement from his ex-wife. Kerzhakov is obliged to pay 1/6 of his earnings by decision of the Vyborg court of August 12.
It is noted that the football player did not agree with the court decision and appealed against it in the St. Petersburg city court. The appeal is scheduled for November 7.
In total, Kerzhakov has three lawsuits, the lawyer of Maria Kerzhakova previously stated to RBC. Kerzhakov is trying to reduce the alimony debt by one statement of claim, and the second by trying to reduce the monthly alimony payments. She explained that in the third lawsuit, the footballer disputes the ban on traveling abroad.
Alexander Kerzhakov married Maria Golova in February 2005. In the same year they had a daughter, Daria. In 2010, the couple divorced. The second wife of the footballer was Ekaterina Safronova. In 2013, the couple had a son, Igor.
The third wife of the football player was Milana Tulpanova, the couple married in 2015, in 2017 they had a son. In May 2018, Kerzhakova announced the severance of relations with the football player. In April of this year, the court terminated their marriage.
Kerzhakov was the striker of the Zenit football club and the Russian national team, also played for Dynamo and Spanish Sevilla. In 2016, he completed his sports career. He is currently the head coach of the Russian youth football team, working with players no older than 17 years old.