According to the record, the couple met for about a year, and during this time the young man repeatedly transferred money to the girl so that she could pay for coffee, taxis, restaurants, refueling the car, etc. The plaintiff claimed that he lent this money to his girlfriend, but she did not pay it back. As evidence, he brought a friend to court, who confirmed that he had heard about the girl’s request for a loan.
The ex-girlfriend of the plaintiff, for her part, stated that the young man sometimes transferred money to her, but without coercion, without an agreement and because of the relationship of trust established. As evidence, she cited notarized correspondence with the plaintiff in instant messages. The girl’s mother also spoke out in her defense.
The court ultimately rejected the Muscovite’s claim.