Samburskaya hinted that Reshetova was dating married men 13:23

Actress Nastasya Samburskaya hinted on Instagram (the owner of the company Meta is known as an extremist and is banned in Russia) that model Anastasia Reshetova dates married men.

One of Nastasya Samburskaya’s subscribers asked the actress to comment on rumors that she had affairs with married men. The star of the TV series “Univer” denied the information. He also hinted that model Anastasia Reshetova was playing the singer’s husband Alsou.

“You confused me with another Nastya! Don’t make things up,” Samburskaya said.

June 19 Anastasia Reshetova Wrote He wrote on his personal blog that he had been in a relationship for three years. The model said that “the yellow press is tired of making up stories about her life.” The rapper’s ex-girlfriend Timati probably hinted at rumors about her relationship with her ex-husband Alsou. They appeared immediately after the news of the singer’s divorce from Yan Abramov. Later, the Telegram channel “NeMalakhov” claimed that the model was already planning a wedding with the artist’s ex-lover.

Reshetova assured that she would not even look at a married man. According to her, the attractiveness of such men immediately diminishes for her. But on the eve of Alsou statedthe model is lying.

Previously Samburskaya answered She got caught up in pregnancy rumors and showed herself with a belly.

What are you thinking?

Source: Gazeta


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