The queen of chanson Lyubov Uspenskaya believed all her life that her mother Elena Chaika died in childbirth. But more recently, the woman found out that the death of her mother was violent.
“Recently I learned that my mother did not die, but she was killed. I started digging. They told me: she was on a train, and they hit her in the face with a brick. I called my influential friends in Kiev so that they broke through all the cemeteries there. There should be a name registration, but there is no Elena Chaika in any cemetery. My grandmother told me that in 1954 there was a hunger strike, and she apparently left to look for work."
Relatives told Uspenskaya as a child that her mother died in the hospital due to medical negligence. As if the hospital staff went to celebrate the Day of the Soviet Army and did not hear the woman's desperate cries for help.
“The roommates thought that my mother was giving birth, so she screams. If they knew that she had already given birth, perhaps they would have called for help. When the doctors came, she bled to death,”said the star in her past interviews.
Previously, Rambler reported on the relationship between Uspenskaya and her daughter.