Stellar girlfriend Stella Baranovskaya pozabotitsya about her son

Kate Gordon, Anfisa Chekhova and singer Zara will not leave the orphan in distress

Yesterday morning, 31 year of life died from cancer actress Stella Baranovskaya. At the end of 2015, she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Reporters tried to contact a close friend Stella Kate Gordon, first reported the news of the death of Baranovskaya in the social network.

Its Director Ilya Dubrovsky said that now Gordon does not communicate with the media, as she is occupied with funeral Baranovskaya. Also, according to him, along with Anfisa Chekhova Gordon plans to help determine the fate of the orphaned son of a dead actress. Now, a small Tribute is blank in the column of “fatherhood”. Maybe the girlfriend will issue custody, reports “MK”.

Today on the page of Anfisa Chekhova in Instagram there was a post where the presenter said that “the real truth in social networks does not exist” and that many publications about her friend Stella made during his life and posthumously, is based on mere speculation. “We met with Stella a year and a half ago! I wrote it in Instagram,when she passed the first chimio therapy in America.We were kindred spirits,as though we had known each other for years! I’m not going to write about what and how I did it for her! I have nothing to brag about and nothing to be proud of! I just did what I could not do!” (here and further the spelling and punctuation of the authors saved — approx. Znamenitka), — said Chekhov.

The mourners and friends were joined by the singer Zara, who learned of the death of Baranovskaya was one of the first, but it gathered strength to write about what happened. “The last few days I was beside her and tried to do everything to ease her suffering. Son of Stella, the Child, lived in my family. Wonderful, kind, a little rowdy, a very loving mother,” recalls Zara. “We yet don’t say anything. It’s so small. Today, Dani’s great-grandmother took him,” — says the singer, promising that the boy will not be deprived of care.