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MOSCOW, May 14 (Itar-Tass) - The Moscow Criminal Investigation Department (CID) said it would investigate a complaint lodged by a victim in a traffic accident who was nearly ran over by famous singer Vitas( (Vitaly Grachev). The woman on a bicycle had a narrow escape after a car with Vitas at the wheel nearly ran her over. The woman claims Vitas threatened to kill her.
Two people, whom Vitaly Grachev threatened with a thing looking like a pistol, have been interrogated by CID investigators from the Moscow Northeast Interior Department. The investigation files will be turned over to the Moscow Head CID department, a source from the Moscow Head Interior department told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
The biker and an onlooker who watched the incident accused the singer of making a murder threat. Ostankino district police had registered the two complaints against Vitas. Both the biker and the onlooker accused the singer of making murder threats with an object which looked like a pistol, Ostankino police said.
Preliminary reports said the singer ran over a woman who was riding a bicycle in the northeast of Moscow. The incident took place in the central square outside the Central Exhibition Grounds in Moscow on May 10.