Another blow for the convicted Pavlo Rusk: In the worst case, his own wife also put him behind bars! –

archival video Novy čas writes about the negative outcome of the Rusk family’s marriage. The former CEO of Markíza ended up behind bars after the Supreme Court upheld the decision of the Specialized Criminal Court in the promissory note case in January 2021. At the same time, Rusko was still charged with preparing the murder of his former companion Sylvia Volzová. The couple had only been together for a few years, but they had already been together long before. However, Pavol Rusko decided to marry his long-term partner, Henriett Heger, who is 17 years younger, on his birthday on August 20, 2019, i.e. a few months before the verdict was handed down. Only really close people from their surroundings were invited to the ceremony. The wedding took place in Liptovský Mikuláš. Photo gallery (2) Marian Kočner and Pavol Rusko first met in court.
Source: TASR – Pavel Neubauer The relationship between Rusko and Heger began more than ten years ago, but the wedding did not come until 2019. Rusko already had a monitoring bracelet on his leg after the wedding, so the couple spent their honeymoon together in Ždiar, Slovakia . Almost a year and a half has passed and Russia has already learned the final verdict in the case of falsification of valuable documents in the case of Markiza and businessman Marian Kočner, both of whom received 19-year sentences. She couldn’t take it anymore and signed the divorce papers. According to the newspaper, however, Heger could not sustain such a long separation and decided to end the long-distance relationship very forcefully. According to their information, there is already a request for divorce from Russia at the court in Pezinok. “Ms. Rusko Heger filed for divorce,” the modeling agency, where Rusko’s long-term partner works, confirmed for the newspaper. She did not comment on why she resorted to this step. However, it is obvious why this relationship stopped working. Rusko is locked up in a maximum-security prison, and the couple could probably forget about any moments they had together. At this level of guarding, any personal meetings are out of the question, and if there are any, they are carried out without direct contact between the participants. “A visit to a convict placed in a maximum-security institution is usually carried out without direct contact. The director of the institution can, in justified cases, decide whether the visit to the convict will be carried out with direct contact. A maximum of five persons, including children, can visit the convict at the same time,” said the spokeswoman for the Prison Service and judicial guard Monika Kacvinská.