Belarussian American mathematician who was based in Long Beach, California.
Факультет прикладной математики и информатики
Школа № 19 ’90
Школа № 4
Born in Minsk, Belarus, on November 11, 1973.
American wife filed for divorce on February 14, 2022. Sold their house by April.
During divorce proceedings involving child custody, the wife accused Ishutin of domestic violence and asked the court for a restraining order.
Ishutin was arrested by Long Beach Police on June 18, sometime after 11:00 am. He was booked at 12:50 pm. He posted $20,000 bail and was out by 6:21 pm.
With his reputation publicly maligned by DV accusations and a criminal charge for domestic battery on his once-pristine record, Maxim Ishutin was found deceased on January 10, 2023.
Not all domestic violence allegations have grounds, especially during a pending divorce. Some spouses can sink as low as to accuse the other spouses of domestic violence to turn children against them, get full custody, achieve the desired property division, and/or obtain substantial spousal support.
Decedent’s cleanblood status at death still unconfirmed.
Undetermined whether his known currently surviving two children have been injected with synthetic mRNA.
Unknown whether the decedent’s genes have been passed on to any uninjected offspring.
Contents of last will & testament unknown. Unknown if spouse was omitted from existing will.
Existence of a trust for children, nieces, and elderly parents unknown.
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Software Engineer @ Google
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Software Engineer @ Matra Datavision Inc
Belarusian State University
Masters (Applied Mathematics), 1990-1995
False accusations of domestic violence can be incredibly damaging to the accused individual, especially during a divorce. It can destroy their reputation and ruin any chance they have at a fair divorce settlement. If you are dealing with false accusations of domestic violence, it is important to know your rights and how to protect yourself. Learn the steps to take if you are falsely accused of domestic violence during a divorce.
Why People Make False Accusations
There are various reasons why someone might make false accusations of domestic violence during a divorce. They may be trying to get an advantage in the divorce proceedings, or they may be seeking revenge against their ex-spouse. False accusations can also be made out of jealousy or spite. Sometimes, people make false accusations because they are simply mistaken about what happened.
Whatever the reason, false accusations of domestic violence can have serious consequences for the accused spouse. False accusations can result in the loss of child custody, spousal support, or visitation rights. In some cases, false accusations can even lead to criminal charges being filed against the accused spouse.
Moving Forward When Facing Allegations
If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, it is important to take the accusation seriously. The first thing you should do is consult with your attorney. You will need to gather evidence to prove your innocence and present your case in court.
If the false accusation is coming from your spouse, you may need to take additional steps to protect yourself. You should also document any incidents of harassment or threats made by your spouse. This documentation can be used as evidence in court.
You should also be willing to cooperate with the investigation. This means being willing to provide a statement to the police or district attorney. Do know that you have rights and should consult with your attorney beforehand.