A 30-Year-Old Female Interpreter Was Found Dead In Handcuffs With A Plastic Bag On Her Head In Her Apartment

Posted by Abdul Rafay in News
ADVERTISEMENT

Kristina Novitskaya, 30, was found in her Bodrum resort apartment. Both the entrances were closed and there was no sign of a fight, the police added. Area police claim she killed herself, but her friends insist it's unlikely. The Ukrainian worked as a translator and dance teacher in Bodrum.

ADVERTISEMENT

A Ukrainian translator has been found dead in her apartment in Turkey

A Ukrainian translator has been found dead in her apartment in Turkey with her hands cuffed behind her back and a plastic bag over her head. Kristina Novitskaya, 30, was found on Saturday at her home in the resort of Bodrum on the Aegean coast. A couple of days ago, she had died. With the key inside, the front door was closed, the windows were also sealed from the inside and there was no sign of any struggle.

(Picture: podium.ru)
ADVERTISEMENT

Her friends believe that Ms Novitskaya will not have ended her own life as she was 'life-loving' and 'cheerful.'

Local authorities say that suicide is the first-line in an investigation, but her friends say that Ms Novitskaya will not have ended her own life as she was 'life-loving' and 'cheerful.'

They added, however, that she was 'confidential' about her private life in Turkey, where she lived and worked as an interpreter and dance teacher.

'We do not believe that she committed suicide,' a friend told Obozrevatel media in Kyiv.

(Picture: Kent TV)
ADVERTISEMENT

She was handcuffed and, according to sources, there was a plastic bag over her head

Sources claim Turkish police suspect that because of the pandemic, she had been overwhelmed by a lack of jobs, but the exact cause of death has not been disclosed.

They notified the police after her relatives, friends, and neighbours were unable to contact her. In the middle of the room, her body was found in a sitting position on a chair.

She was handcuffed and, according to sources, there was a plastic bag over her head.

(Picture: podium.ru)
ADVERTISEMENT

The door was closed from the inside, and, according to sources quoting Turkish police, a key was inside the keyhole

Ropes, charcoal, and a scarf were also found at the scene, but so far there has been no cause of death reported. For an autopsy, the body was sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine.

The door was closed from the inside, and, according to sources quoting Turkish police, a key was inside the keyhole.

(Picture: podium.ru)

Ms Novitskaya graduated from the National Linguistic University of Kiev

The windows were closed, and there was no sign of violence. The outside of her home and the security guard's office at the complex is seen in a video.

Ms Novitskaya graduated from the National Linguistic University of Kiev, where she learned oriental languages. She was fluent in Turkish and worked as a trained translator.

(Picture: podium.ru)
ADVERTISEMENT

According to her friends, She was an incredibly kind, open-hearted, sweet person who would never get into a conflict

'She was an incredibly kind, open-hearted, sweet person who would never get into a conflict and always helped others,' said a friend from her student days.

'She was quite secretive about her private life. Everyone who knew Kristina is deeply shocked. We do not believe that she committed suicide.'

Another friend said: 'True she didn't post about her love life on social media, but she was always so open, so full of life and happy.'

(Picture: podium.ru)
ADVERTISEMENT

The friends denied the claims that she had been depressed

The friends denied the claims that she had been depressed, solitary, and suicidal over the pandemic as "strange."

In Turkey, they hinted at a VIP associate but gave no information.

'This is a strange version indeed,' said one friend. 'Kristina had family, and her mother is in Kiev. There was always another route to take which was to return home. Turkey had quite a spell of lively times when tourists returned in summer, Kristina would have found a job.

(Picture: podium.ru)
ADVERTISEMENT

Turkish police confirmed that after a food delivery on 31 December, CCTV cameras recorded no visits

'I don't believe in these versions. I think they are trying to cover up for someone important.' 

Turkish police confirmed that after a food delivery on 31 December, CCTV cameras recorded no visits. On Saturday, her body was discovered.

Her mother was travelling from Kyiv to Turkey.

(Picture: Facebook)
ADVERTISEMENT