Russian Rapper’s Wife Charged For Chopping His Body Parts In Front Of 2-Year-Old Son

HipHop News Posted on July 31, 2020 at 8:04am

Russian Rapper’s Wife Charged For Chopping His Body Parts In Front Of 2-Year-Old Son

Marina Kukha reportedly "cleaned" his organs in a washing machine too.

St. Petersberg, Russia – St. Petersburg, Russia rapper Andy Cartwright — real name Alexander Yushko — was found dead in an apartment after his wife Marina Kukha dismembered his body as their two-year-old son watched.

According to the Mirror, Kukhal told investigators she didn’t want his fans to know the 30-year-old died of a drug overdose, or as she described it, an “inglorious death.” So, her remedy? To use a knife, hammer, hacksaw, plastic bowl and chopping board to dismember his body over a period of four days. She stored Cartwright’s body parts in both black plastic bags and her fridge..centered-ad {

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Kukha also allegedly “cleaned” his internal organs in a washing machine and “perfectly” sawed off his limbs before sprinkling them with salt.

Although Cartwright’s friends said he’d struggled with alcohol, they denied he was into drugs. But his widow claimed on social media he’d become addicted to hard drugs during the pandemic. Subsequently, forensic tests are underway to determine cause of death. Kukha’s lawyer Irina Skurtu pushed her client to cop to the dismemberment who denied putting his organs in a washing machine.

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