Kristina Novitskaya Wiki – Kristina Novitskaya Bio
Kristina Novitskaya was an interpreter, who has been found dead in her apartment with her hands cuffed behind her back and a plastic bag over her head.
She may have committed suicide but her friends fear she was murdered saying she would not have killed herself, according to police
She was 30 years old.
Kristina Novitskaya Found Dead
The Ukrainian national was discovered at her home in the Bodrum resort in Turkey on Saturday. She had died a few days earlier.
Her friends described her as “life-loving” and “cheerful” but said she was “secretive” about her private life in Turkey, where she lived.
She was found in a sitting position on a chair in the middle of the room.
Police say the front door to her flat was locked with the key inside and the windows were also secured from the inside.
They added there was no trace of any struggle.
Reports say Turkish police believe she had become depressed at a lack of work due to the pandemic but the precise cause of death has not been revealed.
However, a friend told Obozrevatel media in Kyiv that they do not believe she killed herself.
Kristina had family, and her mother is in Kyiv….
“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.
Turkish police reported that CCTV cameras showed no visits since a food delivery on New Year’s Eve.
Kristina’s mum was traveling to Turkey from Kyiv.
Kristina was a graduate of Kiev National Linguistic University where she studied oriental languages.
She spoke Turkish fluently and worked as a professional interpreter.
A friend from her student days said: “She was an incredibly kind, open-hearted, sweet person who would never get into a conflict and always helped others.
“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 happiness.”
The friends dismissed her as “strange” the reports that she had become depressed, solitary, and suicidal over the pandemic.
They hinted at a VIP associate in Turkey but gave no details.
“This is a strange version indeed,” said one friend.