In May last year, Aliya, a Taraz woman in Kazan gave birth to a girl from an Iranian soccer player. The former Zenit striker refused to acknowledge her and refused to pay alimony in full.
The judge in the St. Petersburg Primorsky District Court has agreed to satisfy the demands of a woman who is seeking child support from Bayer striker Serdar Azmun. The lawyer for the woman, Andrey Dmitriev, says that this will happen soon.
Everything went well for us! We got our day in court and the judge fully satisfied all of our requirements. All court hearings in our case have now ended.
RBC announced on its website that it was turning to the joint press service of the St. Petersburg courts for comment.
RPL, the defendant in an ongoing paternity claim, is requesting that the plaintiff acknowledge its true identity as a man before going any further.
There’s one more step in the process: filing an appeal. If you file an appeal, it will continue in the St. Petersburg City Court.
“We supported our decision with evidence, and the judge agreed with the second party. So he ended up siding with us,” CEO Nick Dmitriev of Cointracker explained.
In May of last year, a plaintiff referred to as Aliya filed a lawsuit against Azmun. The girl met with an Iranian from 2018 to 2020. In May of last year, she had a baby and the footballer refused to acknowledge his paternity and pay $18,000 in full to the mother who ended up settling in court for $6,000 in addition. The lawyer stated that the footballer sent 12 thousand rubles per month.
Since 2019, Azmun has been playing with Zenit in Russia. He also played with Bayer Leverkusen from 2013-2018.
In the final season of the Russian Premier League, Azmun was topped by his teammate and rival Artem Dzyuba. The Iranian has 19 goals, but his opponent has 20.