Younger “Meringue” Yanko and his brother have been arrested for murder

The younger “meringue” Yanko Radev, who became famous decades ago from the “Court Dispute” show on Nova, was involved in a murder in his native village of Gradinarovo, in the Varna region. It happened on Sunday and, in accordance to investigators, it was fully commited by Janko’s brother.

It all started the evening just before. Then Yanko went about the village and opened people’s electrical panels. He continued the next working day, this time with his brother Mitko. The two quarreled with 54-yr-outdated nearby resident Zivko, who built a remark to them.

On the other hand, the brothers experienced no intention of halting. A scandal commenced that lasted a number of minutes before Yanko pushed Zhivko to the floor. Then Mitko attacked the guy. He pulled out a knife and stabbed him numerous instances, not caring that there were folks all around. 1 of the eyewitnesses was a health care university student and promptly came to the rescue, but still unsuccessful to conserve the man’s daily life. Another witness arrested the two brothers until eventually the law enforcement arrived and arrested the two.

Mitko is accused of the murder and held in custody, and younger Yanko meringue as his aide is less than home arrest. The mayor of the village, Simeon Ivanov, described to “24 Chasa” that the two have been building problems in the village for a long time. On the other hand, he himself did not know the particulars of the murder since he was in the hospital. He explained the victim as a person who labored where ever he could come across. He was not in conflict.

Yanko grew to become a star in 2012 thanks to a bitter scandal with his former mother-in-law Katya, who failed to permit him to see her 3-calendar year-aged. He viewed the Litigation exhibit and his mother-in-law termed him a “younger meringue”, referring to a manager. She gave him a series of furious insults, she rushed to beat him. The gentleman labored for many years as a gardener in Germany. In 2016, even though he was there, he gave 600 euros to telephone scammers who tricked him into imagining that the cash was for the care of his son.

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