Semyon Varlamov‘s agent said he warned the Avalanche goaltender that his former girlfriend seemed unstable after the agent noticed she got a tattoo swearing lifelong allegiance to the hockey player shortly after they began dating.
Paul Theofanous testified Monday that Evgeniya Vavrinyuk got the tattoo on her arm at a time when she barely knew the hockey player.
Both were students at the State University of New York at Geneseo, near Rochester.
Theofanous said he told Varlamov to return to his apartment, pack her belongings and take them to the front desk in the apartment house but warned him to stay on the phone throughout the process. “If you don’t open this door, you are going to spend the night in jail,” Theofanous testified she said.
Varlamov didn’t open the door but was concerned about where Vavrinyuk would spend the night. We will get her a hotel,” Theofanous said he told Varlamov.
Colin Kingston then turned the knife on himself and committed suicide, authorities said.
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“Having sex really doesn’t mean you know (someone),” he testified Monday during a civil trial in Denver District Court.Vavrinyuk filed the lawsuit against Varlamov in 2014, claiming he had beaten her for years before he was arrested on suspicion of felony kidnapping and assault in October 2013.