The Russian General had settled in Florida. American journalists found the fighter with the organized crime assets for $38 million
Former first Deputy head of the main Directorate for combating organized crime (GUBOP) Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation the General-the major Anatoly Petukhov, now living in the United States, was at the center of the scandal connected with real estate. Reporters found that in Florida, retiree owned assets, estimated at $38 million While the media do not exclude that the property could be purchased on a questionable income.
Anatoly Petukhov, together with his family moved to the United States in 2010 and began to buy luxury real estate in Miami and the Islands. The first acquisition of a family Petuhova was an apartment in the tower of the Continuum condo in South Beach for $3 million This place is famous for glamorous nightlife and high concentration of celebrities. Then bought a few villas on Atronach and office building in Fort Lauderdale. According to the publication The Real Deal, one of the houses on the island Hibiscus, owned by a former General in 2015 was listed for rent for $40 thousand per month.
In 2013 Miami had filed a civil suit against Mr. Petukhova on behalf of the shareholders Yasenovo United Trading House.
Its Chairman Paul Gornostayev asserted that the General during 1999-2013 years he had extorted millions of dollars, intimidated and threatened.