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Anastasia Volochkova has got split personality · 2014-12-23 14:45

Anastasia has time to give concerts, to participate in long tours and performances, singing on the First Channel, does not forget about her dance school and helps her daughter to build her career as as model, and more, in addition to this, to accept invitations to special-interest projects.

Anastasia recently played herself in the popular show “Multipersons” on on the First Channel. There Volochkova talked to herself. This is the direct signs of a split personality that definitely leads to schizophrenia.

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