Woman Cursed Out Judge Who Sentenced Her To 21 Years For Attempting To Kill Lookalike Friend To Steal Her Identity, Says ‘F-ck You’


A Russian woman, who attempted to kill a lookalike friend, expressed rage after being sentenced to 21 years in prison for committing the crime. 

According to PEOPLE, the woman cursed out the judge in court on Wednesday. The outlet reported that 47-year-old Viktoria Nasyrova of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn told Justice Kenneth Holder

“F-ck you!”

after he sentenced her for the crime she committed in 2016. If you’re unaware, Nasyrova attempted to murder eyelash technician, Olga Tsvyk, in an effort to steal her identity. 

Reports added that Tsvyk and Nasyrova looked alike at the time of the incident. Nasyrova attempted to kill the victim with a poisoned piece of cheesecake after visiting her home for an eyelash touch-up. The victim became sick after eating the cake and went to lie down. She was found the following day by a friend, and pills surrounded her which made it appear as if she attempted to commit suicide. The victim later recovered at the hospital and when she got back home

“her passport and employment authorization card were missing, along with a gold ring and other valuables,”

said the DA. 

Nasyrova cursed at the judge while being led out of court after he referred to her as

“an extremely dangerous woman”

describing her plot to murder the woman as


reports the New York Post. 

The woman was convicted of multiple charges back in February including attempted murder, PEOPLE reports. Following her release, she faces five years of supervision. 

Melinda Katz, Queens County District Attorney, said in a news release,

“A ruthless and calculating con artist is going to prison for a long time for trying to murder her way to personal profit and gain”

Before the woman was sentenced, the victim, 35-year-old Tsvyk said,

“God gave me life when Viktoria Nasyrova tried to end my life… For her, it was an easy thing to try and take the life of another person. It was easy thing to gain the trust of another person and then take everything from that person… It was easy for her to steal. It was easy for her to kill,”

CBS reported. 

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