The prosecutor’s office charged Zofia K. with fraud, and accused the notary of “failure to perform official duties”. The case is ongoing and investigators have not yet released details. There was information in the media that it was about taking over the flat of the windsurfer’s deceased father.
As Katarzyna Skrzeczkowska, the spokesperson of the Warsaw-Praga District Prosecutor’s Office, told us, the case is being dealt with by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Wołomin. – Two people have been charged. They concern fraud and failure to perform official duties by a notary public. The suspects pleaded not guilty to the charges against them. The case is pending. The goodness of the proceedings prevents the disclosure of more information about the case, she said.
Onet.pl portal wrote about the case. Journalists of the portal revealed that it was about irregularities in K.’s attempt to take over an apartment in the center of the capital, which previously belonged to her father. Investigators suspect that at the time of transferring the apartment to his daughter, his health condition did not allow it to be a conscious decision. It was supposed to take place just before the man’s death. Family members – according to Onet’s findings – were to cause a brawl and consider that the takeover of the apartment was “unlawful”.
Olimpijka did not comment on the case for the portal. She only reported that it has a “family character”.
Zofia K. is a titled windsurfer. She was a world champion and a bronze medalist at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. In 2021, she represented Poland at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where she took 9th place.
K. hit the LGBT+ community with many statements. When in 2019, the mayor of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski signed the declaration in favor of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, the sportswoman expressed strong opposition “against the promotion of LGBT communities”. In her statements, she emphasized that “this is not the kind of Warsaw her grandfather fought for in the uprising”. The post where she posted this has been removed by a moderator. Later in interviews, she explained that “there is nothing against homosexuals”, but “doesn’t agree with teaching children that this is normal”.
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