Who Was Alla Subbotina? Fans In Shock After Alla From Love After Lockup Death
Alla Subbotina, a former cast member of Love After Lockup, passed away at the young age of 31. Her family and friends are devastated by her death, which comes as a shock to everyone who knew her.
Alla Subbotina is most remembered for her role as a member of the cast of the We television series "Love After Lockup." While filming the first season, she was arrested and sentenced to jail for breaking her parole terms.
The reality TV personality was arrested and sentenced to five years in prison for the sale of prohibited substances, including heroin. She was freed on July 4, 2017, after serving her term.
However, the actress did not enjoy her freedom for long, as she was sent to jail in January 2018 for allegedly violating her parole terms, which resulted in an additional 24 to 31 months being added to her sentence.
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The season debut of "Love After Lockup" last week gave fans a taste of Chicago information technology director James Cristia's relationship with Wisconsin prisoner Alla Subbotina, but there's a lot more drama in store for them this year.
A new WE television series, which airs at 9 p.m. on Fridays, follows six couples as they try to keep their marriages together when one spouse is released from jail.
According to the Tribune, Cristia, 36, claimed he met Subbotina, 27, via a pen-pal service and sent her a letter after meeting her. She was being held in prison for a variety of offences, including heroin selling.
Letters were converted into phone calls, and phone calls were converted into trips to the prison. During his previous week's debut, Cristia disclosed that he had been married for eight years, but he did not divulge that he and his ex-wife, with whom he has two kids, are still in the process of negotiating a settlement for their divorce.
Cristia filed for divorce in Cook County, Illinois, in December 2016, stating irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce. A hearing has been scheduled for next week in connection with the subject.
Alla Subbotina was involved with James Cristia at one point in her life. According to accounts, the couple were acquainted via a pen pal service. While he awaited Alla's release from jail, James was captivated by her for a lengthy amount of time.
Their relationship was presented as a she-said, he-said situation. Despite various problems in their relationship, the couple managed to remain together and keep their feelings of love and care for one another.
When Alla's mother, Yelena, announced her daughter's death on August 8, she wrote on Facebook that "addiction won today." "Addiction is an unsightly disease, and my daughter had been battling addiction for many years when I found her," she continued.
"Rest in Peace, my always-loving daughter." The funeral will take place on Thursday, August 12, and will be open to the public and friends at the family's request. It will be held at the Schramka Funeral Home, 423 N Main St, Thiensville, WI 53092, according to the schedule. Friends and members of the public are welcome to attend between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.