Russian TV sexologist is found dead in five-star hotel room: Popular psychologist is discovered naked in Moscow suite ‘following threats from debt collectors’
- The body of Anna Ambartsumyan, 26, was found at Moscow’s elite Peter 1 hotel
- A Prada handbag and black dress were found beside her body on the hotel bed
- Detectives are reportedly seeking to identify a man who had visited her room
Russian police are investigating the death of a popular TV sexologist whose naked body was found at a five-star Moscow hotel.
Anna Ambartsumyan, 26, was found dead at the elite Peter 1 hotel with a Prada handbag and black dress on the bed beside her body.
Detectives are seeking to identify a male visitor to her room, according to reports which say she had a number of wealthy business admirers and had been gifted two Bentleys and an Aston Martin.
A celebrity lawyer says the TV psychologist had also been threatened by debt collectors who had called her up to 20 times a day.
Popular TV psychologist and sexologist Anna Ambartsumyan, 26, was found dead at a five-star hotel in Moscow with a Prada handbag and black dress beside her body
Anna Ambartsumyan had a number of wealthy business admirers and had been gifted two Bentleys and an Aston Martin, according to reports
A regular TV pundit in Russia, the celebrity influencer had been dead an estimated eight hours before hotel staff found her.
Ambartsumyan was a qualified doctor and psychologist who also claimed to be a psychic.
She had 370,000 followers on social media and boasted: ‘I will raise anyone from their knees.’
A post mortem is being carried out to establish the cause of death, according to reports citing law enforcement sources.
Suspected non-prescription pills found in her hotel room were also sent for analysis.
Ambartsumyan was a qualified doctor and psychologist who also claimed to be a psychic. She is pictured left with her husband
She was reported to be popular with a number of business figures who had gifted her cars and property.
The 26-year-old was married to a businessman named Ruslan.
Celebrity lawyer Sergey Zhorin said she had been recently threatened by debt collectors who called her up to 20 times a day.
‘I’m scared. They are very aggressive,’ she told him.
‘I recommended her to contact the law enforcement authorities,’ he said.