Joseph Stalin’s direct great-grandson, Selim Bensaad, is now homeless, his spokesman Vadim Gorzhankin said in an interview with TV channel 360. He said the man was forced to spend the night in his car after his father, Algerian Hosin Bensaad, changed the locks. in the Moscow apartment where Selim is registered.
Gorzhankin described what was happening as an “assassination attempt” on Stalin’s great-grandson. The press secretary explained that the conflict in the family deepened due to the publication of the book, one of the authors of which is Bensaad Jr. He also clarified that the conflict in the family is related to the ownership of Bensaads’ apartment.
As Selim’s lawyer Yulia Verbitskaya-Linnik said, the conflict between the man and his father began with the fact that Stalin’s grandson did not want to give him the unique icon of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker. Joseph Vissarionovich at one time claimed that this icon was with him during all his prison terms and in exile. The leader was sure that she saved his life. As it became known to uznayvse.ru, at the moment Selim’s father is trying to ensure that he was declared incapacitated. Thus, the man will lose the rights to the apartment in which the family lived on the Lubyanka. Now Stalin’s great-grandson lives with his wife in Ryazan, but he constantly comes to Moscow to participate in court hearings.