Alla Subbotina, a former Love After Lockup cast member, died at the early age of 31. Her death, which came as a shock to everyone who knew her, has saddened her family and friends.
Alla Subbotina is well known for her part in the television series "Love After Lockup," in which she played a member of the cast. She was caught and sentenced to prison for violating her parole conditions while shooting the first season.
For the selling of forbidden narcotics, including heroin, the reality TV star was arrested and sentenced to five years in jail. After completing her sentence, she was released on July 4, 2017.
The actress, however, did not enjoy her freedom for long, as she was arrested in January 2018 for allegedly breaking her parole conditions, resulting in a sentence extension of 24 to 31 months.
Alla Subbotina with golden hair specking to media
Fans got a taste of Chicago information technology director James Cristia's connection with Wisconsin prisoner Alla Subbotina in the season premiere last week, but there's a lot more drama in store for them this year.
Six couples are followed by a new WE television series, which airs at 9 p.m. on Fridays, as they strive to keep their marriages together when one spouse is freed from prison.
Cristia, 36, told the Tribune that he met Subbotina, 27, via a pen-pal service and sent her a letter after meeting her. She was imprisoned for a number of crimes, including trafficking heroin.
Letters were transformed into phone conversations, and phone calls became visits to the penitentiary. Cristia revealed that he had been married for eight years at his previous week's debut, but he did not reveal that he and his ex-wife, with whom he has two children, are currently negotiating a divorce settlement.
In December 2016, Cristia filed for divorce in Cook County, Illinois, citing irreconcilable differences as the cause of the split.
At one time in her life, Alla Subbotina was connected with James Cristia. The pair met via a pen pal service, according to reports. James was enthralled by Alla for a long period as he anticipated her release from prison.
Their relationship was portrayed as a she-says, he-says scenario. Despite their relationship's troubles, the pair managed to stay together and maintain their sentiments of love and concern for one another.
Alla and James Cristia together
Addiction prevailed As Alla's mother, Yelena, posted on Facebook when she revealed her daughter's death on August 8. "Addiction is an unattractive illness, and when I discovered my daughter, she had been fighting it for many years," she stated.
"Rest in Peace, my ever-loving daughter," I said.
At the family's desire, the funeral will be held on Thursday, August 12, and will be open to the public and friends. According to the itinerary, it will be held at the Schramka Funeral Home, 423 N Main St, Thiensville, WI 53092. Between the hours of 12 p.m. and 1 p.mFriends and members of the public are invited to attend.
She violated her parole rules. So, she has to go to jail in January 2018.
Rest in Peace Alla Subbotina. Her career and private life were full of troubles. The young generation should learn from her life.