Because of the pandemic Alexey Kortnev is selling his property to pay the bills
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Because of the pandemic Alexey Kortnev is selling his property to pay the bills

4 November , 15:37Secular Chronicles
Left without concerts during the coronavirus pandemic, Russian actor and singer, lead singer of the Accident group Alexey Kortnev is forced to sell his property in order to pay off mortgage payments. The singer admitted that his income during the pandemic fell by 99%.

For six months now, the singer is practically unemployed. In October, his group planned to give a concert in the Novosibirsk Academgorodok, but it was canceled for six months due to a new outbreak of coronavirus. “Now there are several times less concerts, private events are not held at all, because people, firstly, are obviously afraid, and secondly, they have no money. The concert halls have a chess seating arrangement, the halls are only half filled. From this, the revenue is doubled. At the same time, in order to come to Novosibirsk, you need to pay for tickets, accommodation, equipment rental. All this is not cheap, while income from concert activities has been cut in half, "the actor said in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda. How long these restrictions will last is not yet clear to anyone, and no one has canceled the mandatory monthly payments, including mortgage payments, the artist added. He also could not borrow money from friends, since the prospects for the return of this loan are not clear now.

Now the actor, together with his wife, five-time world champion in rhythmic gymnastics, Amine Zaripova, are raising two sons, Arseny and Afanasy, as well as daughter Aksinya. From his first marriage, the singer has a 32-year-old son Artemy, from a former lover - actress Elena Lanskoy - a son Nikita. The singer also starred in Russian cinema. In particular, he played on "Election Day" and "Radio Day", "What Men Talk About".

Earlier, musicians of Oleg Gazmanov spoke about financial difficulties due to the coronavirus pandemic, and some members of Philip Kirkorov's team were forced to go to work on a car wash during the first lockdown. Bari Alibasov and his group "Na-Na" also stated about the lack of work, writes Vokrug TV.

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