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MOSCOW, October 12. /TASS/. Police follow all possible lines of inquiry in its investigation into an attack on renowned fighter Fedor Emelianenko’s daughter, and the main ones are centered neither on his personality, nor on his remarks, a source with law enforcement agencies told TASS on Wednesday.
"It could have been an ordinary assault. Several lines of inquiry are followed," he said, noting the police were confiscating video footage from CCTV cameras installed nearby.
"Movements of people resembling the attackers the victim has described are being traced owing to the video footage," he said, adding the girl was attacked in the center of Moscow on October 11.
"First, she told her parents nothing. When she felt unwell, she informed the parents and only then was hospitalized," he said.
Moscow city police instituted criminal proceedings over assault.
Earlier, media reports said that Emelianenko’s daughter was assaulted and admitted to Moscow’s Institute of Emergency Children’s Surgery and Trauma.