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A Russian model who was killed and stuffed into a suitcase appears to have predicted her own death in a video she secretly recorded days before she disappeared.
Gretta Vedler, 23, was killed by her “jealous” ex-boyfriend Dmitry Korovin, also 23, who confessed to the crime in March, more than a year after strangling her in a Moscow hotel room.
A MODEL Gretta Vedler whose body was found in a suitcase seemingly predicted her own death in a haunting video just days before she died.
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He told interrogators that he slept next to his body for three nights before putting it in a newly purchased suitcase and driving his body 300 miles to the Lipetsk region, where he left it in the trunk of a car in his parents’ garage .
She had packed the suitcase with charcoal to mask the smell and continued to post photos and messages of the model on social media to trick her friends into thinking she was alive, she told investigators.
Gretta had previously made headlines after it was revealed she was killed a month after calling Vladimir Putin a “psychopath”. Curiously, although his death had nothing to do with his political beliefs, he said the Russian president intended to “forge a greater Russia,” ostensibly by announcing his invasion of Ukraine.
Now new footage has surfaced showing Gretta, who worked as an escort, aware of her own horrific fate.
Gretta checks what appears to be a cell phone hidden under the front desk, out of sight of the hotel staff.
You can hear it say, “I’m from number 708. I screamed, I was threatened with death, but nobody came to my rescue.
The hotel manager says something unintelligible before Gretta adds, “Remember her name.
She then marks her boyfriend Dmitry Korovin as her future killer and repeatedly repeats his name, The Sun reports.
The friend to whom he sent the clip, who was not named by local media, said: “I’ve met Korovin several times. I didn’t like him at all.
“First, it’s immediately clear that this person is unpredictable, unprincipled, and dangerous.
“Secondly, I’m sure – he understood perfectly what Gretta was doing.
“But it didn’t stop her. And vice versa – he took advantage of the fact that he was earning a lot of money.
According to Gretta’s friends, the model often complained that Korovin asked her for money and did not pay her back. He was rumored to owe her £15,200 but she refused to interrupt him.
Her friend explained: “Dima had a problem. drugs. Gretta used various substances on him for a while but then stopped.
Korovin told investigators he was having conversations with Gretta about his clients on the day of his death.
He claimed he threw himself on her and choked her in a drunken rage and passed out before waking to find her cold, dead corpse on the bed.
Back then, she put him in a suitcase in his parents’ garage 300 miles away, where he hid for a year.
One investigator claimed Korovin, who was scheduled to undergo a forensic psychiatric evaluation, told him: “I couldn’t bring myself to bury Gretta anywhere in the woods, like some kind of dog.
“We were close to her, I couldn’t do that to her.”
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the city of Moscow said: “On March 12, 2022, the body of a model who disappeared in Moscow in 2021 was found in the garage of a country house in the city of Lipetsk.
“The accused was prosecuted in accordance with Article 91 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation.
He fully admitted his guilt and told the investigator that he strangled his girlfriend after an argument over financial and domestic disagreements.
“After the accused committed the crime, he hid the body in a suitcase and took it to the territory of the city of Lipetsk, where he lived.
“Today the investigation asks the Presnensky District Court in Moscow to choose a preventive measure in the form of detention for the accused.
“The criminal investigation is ongoing”.
Gretta was killed a month after she called Vladimir Putin a “psychopath” and predicted his quest to “bolster Russia’s integrity” would end in tears.
A friend named Evgeniy Foster – a blogger from Kharkiv, the Ukrainian city bombed by Russian forces – became suspicious and found a friend in Moscow to report a missing person, sparking a search that eventually found his body.