Murdered Russian Aeroflot stewardess' husband sentenced, accused of clubbing her with nail-covered bat

An air stewardess from Russia was brutally murdered by her actor husband, who was sentenced to 11 years in jail for the horrific crime.

Natalia Kordo-Sysoeva, 35, worked for Russia’s largest airline, Aeroflot. The young woman was attacked with a wooden club with sharp nails, which left 69 gashes over her face and body, before being dumped in a river near Leningrad, according to Daily Mail.

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The young woman was attacked with a wooden club with sharp nails, which left 69 gashes over her face and body, before being dumped in a river near Leningrad.  (East 2 West)

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Kordo-Sysoeva reportedly had two lovers and planned to divorce her 47-year-old husband Konstantin Kordo-Sysoev, who’s well known in Russia for appearing in movies and soap operas. The court found the husband guilty for his wife’s death, citing jealousy as his motive, despite a lack of forensic evidence linking him to the crime, Daily Mail reports.

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The court found the husband guilty for his wife’s death, citing jealousy as his motive, despite a lack of forensic evidence linking him to the crime.  (East 2 West)

Many believe Konstantin to be innocent, instead accusing one of her lovers for the brutal murder. Kordo-Sysoeva was said to have met with one of the two men she was seeing the day she died.

Her husband told the court he went looking for her a day later because she wasn’t answering her phone. Prior to his conviction, he was held in jail for two years and has maintained his innocence, the Daily Mail reported.

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Konstantin’s mother claims her son is “not guilty,” calling his conviction a “travesty of justice.”