Famous Russian TV host Peter Tolstoy lost his beloved summer house, which he built over five years.
On the night of February 22, the house that Tolstoy built on the banks of the Don in the Volgograd Region burned down completely. As the head of the Ozersk rural settlement, Viktor Shatskov, said, the fire engulfed the wooden manor instantly. Neighbors managed to save only a shop and a tennis table.
Reportedly, the TV host spent all Sunday on the farm, talking to investigators. They have reason to suspect that the fire did not happen by chance. Perhaps the villa was burned by intruders who had previously pulled everything valuable out of the house.