Businessman Oleg Deripaska filed a lawsuit for the protection of honor and dignity against businessman Oleg Tinkov and Meta (recognized as an extremist and banned in the Russian Federation). The case card appeared on the website of the Ust-Labinsky District Court of the Krasnodar Territory.
Deripaska’s lawyer, Alexei Melnikov, told Interfax that the lawsuit was filed in connection with Tinkov’s “offensive statements” on his Facebook page (owned by Meta). The businessman demands to recover from Tinkov “compensation for moral and reputational damage in the amount of 2 billion rubles.”
No financial claims have been filed against Meta, Deripaska asks the court to force the company to remove “false” information.
The hearing will take place on August 16.
In April, Tinkov published a post on Instagram (owned by Meta) criticizing the special operation. In the comments, users began asking Tinkov questions and arguing with him. The businessman responded to some comments.
So, to a subscriber who put Tinkov on a par with Deripaska and Central Bank Director Elvira Nabiullina, Tinkov replied: “But Deripaska is an oligarch and a thief, and I am an honest businessman” (spelling preserved). and punctuation).
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