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Russian detectives fear that a ballerina who disappeared six years ago could be dismembered and her body dissolved in acid by a man who may have blackmailed her with sexual images.

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Olga Demina, 25, a dancer at the famous Bolshoi Theater, mysteriously disappeared in 2014 and now the cops are focusing on her alleged murderer.

Komsomolskaya Pravda reports that investigators believe she was murdered as part of a sinister blackmail plot orchestrated by her “manager” and “lover”, 40-year-old Malkhaz Dzhavoev.

Dzhavoev had been jailed for five years in connection with apartment fraud.

After Demina’s disappearance, he fled to Germany posing as a Kurdish refugee, but was arrested and extradited to Russia in 2017.

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While incarcerated in one of the country’s notorious slammers, he told another prisoner that his ex-girlfriend “was dismembered and dissolved in acid”. He added that his remains were thrown into a well.

“There is research going on there now. Sulfuric acid dissolves everything to zero, ”a police source told the newspaper.

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“Some body fragments must be preserved, but they have yet to be found.”

On the evening of her disappearance, Dzhavoev took the beautiful blonde to a nightclub to dance for businessmen. Earlier in the day he had purchased the acid from a supplier.

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Demina’s mother told the newspaper that the dancer paid Dzhavoev a large amount of money.

“Shortly before her death, she sold her Peugeot car. She went to sell it with Malkhaz. He took the money, ”she said. “Olga also had loans in her name – and gave the money to Malkhaz. She was completely at his mercy.

The source of the dancer’s anxiety is said to be her boyfriend who held “sexually compromising” images of her and she feared they would appear online. Despite the blackmail money, the photos were still released, East2West News reported.

Her lawyer claims Demina is not dead and has fulfilled a long-held dream of leaving Russia.

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