Dmitry Obretetsky Wiki
Dmitry Obretetsky is the last of a series of Russian casualties who have died in mysterious circumstances in Britain, although it is unclear whether there is any suspicion of foul play in this case. As a billionaire, it was reported that he was lucky to move with his wife and children to Volgograd after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and as a star of Chelsea FC against the neighbors.
Dmitry Obretetsky Age
He was 49 years old.
Dmitry Obretetsky Wife & Children
Obretetsky was married and his son Ilya, who is now believed to be 22 years old, attended Millfield School and is a citizen of the United Kingdom. He also had two daughters at school in England. His wife’s name is not published.
Dmitry Obretetsky Net Worth , Bussiness Career
He founded a national chemical retail company and was the owner of Magnet Trade Enterprise, a distributor of Mars, Nestlé and Procter & Gamble in Russia. He became a famous hero with football fans during Euro 2008 when he showed himself in a sea of Dutch fans when Russia beat Holland 3-1 in the quarterfinals. His consulting firm, LLC Advent, said: “We know very little about what happened. Mr. Obretetsky has “built a very decent and European-style company in our country,” said Borovkov.
Dmitry Obretetsky Died
Dmitry Obretetsky was attacked near his home in Arischt, Surrey, which contained three cars. A Russian friend and colleague of Mr. Obretetsky has questioned whether he was intentionally knocked out during the deadly incident, according to which it was initially reported that he was in a coma. The man’s dog, known as the Oscar, died in the collision on Monday, November 25. Surrey police said a person died five days after the accident, and although the force has not confirmed his identity, Mr. Obretetsky’s name has been reported in Russian media.
Surrey Police confirmed that no arrests have been made in relation to the collision and investigations are ongoing. Appealing for information and dashcam footage of the incident, a spokesman added the man’s next of kin have been informed.
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