Russian coach Khokhlov still not paid from Facebook* in a case he won
MOSCOW, February 8 – RIA Novosti. Russian football coach Dmitry Khokhlov spoke about the lawsuit against Facebook*.
Last fall, the Moscow Solntsevsky Court ordered in the coach’s case to pay the social network 65 million rubles and unblock all references to his surname.
“My football-loving friends called, ‘Listen, we don’t understand what’s going on. We are starting to discuss you in some public, that’s all, they’re directly destroying us. “One is prohibited for one day, one for three days. There is also the wife of this friend of mine, a lawyer. She says: “Let’s try to reason with them.” I say: “Well, come on.” They wrote a letter – zero response. Who are you so that we can answer you too. They sued, they started shaking it all up,” Khokhlov told YouTube channel Commentary Show.
The coach said that the amount of compensation was determined according to the results of the examination.
“I spent three hours in Butyrka. I went through a psychological examination evaluating the court in which the pecuniary compensation was established,” said the expert.
The former football player added that he still has not received the money.
“There is no money yet. We just got the writ of execution on January 19. We give it to the bailiffs, they go to this organization. They sent a court order to America in the autumn, they have to respond somehow,” added Hokhlov.
* Meta activity (social networks Facebook and Instagram) banned in Russia for extremism
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