The press service for the Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea told Censor.NET correspondent.
She is now in remand prison where she will stay until a bail hearing which is expected to be held by the Kherson city court tomorrow, April 25.
The correspondent for Censor.NET also found out that as Odnovol was crossing the border, she showed the border guards a biometric passport of Ukrainian citizen issued in 2017.
As reported, Ukrainian border guards detained Vladimir Putin's ‘confidant’ at Crimea elections while she was crossing the de-facto administrative border with the occupied Crimea on April 23. Acting in the interests of the Russian Federation and the All-Russian non-governmental organization Volunteers of Victory, the woman set up and carried out the illegal collection of signatures across the peninsula in support of Putin's nomination for presidency. She was also repeatedly spotted in the crowd during events with Putin's participation.