THIS is the moment a former international football star appears to be shot at by his ex-wife’s mother.
Oleksandr Shovkovskiy, who won 92 caps in goal for Ukraine, posted two videos on Facebook that appear to show a woman firing at him with a gun from a balcony.
He alleges that the woman in question was the mother of his ex-wife, Lyubov Pavlovna.
In the post, Shovkovskiy says he went to collect his daughter he fathered with Olga Alenova.
The two divorced in October 2015.
However neither mother or daughter were at the property, and after several minutes knocking at the door, Shovkovskiy moved to make his way back to the car, from where the incident was being filmed.
Then a door swings open from a balcony above where the ex-footballer was stood, and a woman shouts at him to leave the property.
She then appears to throw objects at Shovkovskiy as well as at the person filming the action unfold from the gate.
Shovkovskiy begins to walk towards the gate, but the woman re-appears on the balcony after going back inside.
She continues to shout at Shovkovskiy, before it appears she loads up some kind of pistol and fires it.
Shovkovskiy gets out his phone and walks towards the gate before the woman on the balcony shoots again.
As he opens the gate to leave the property another shot rings out.
Alongside the posting of two videos on Facebook, Shovkovskiy wrote: “First, Lyubov Pavlovna aimed at my head and threw stones she had collected, from the balcony.
“And then she started shooting at me with a pistol.
“She fired three shots aimed at me, People ran from the neighbouring house after hearing the shots and offered to help.”
In the post Shovkovskiy also alleges that he ex-mother in law has been “convicted of alcohol addiction” and has “insulted and raised her hand” towards her granddaughter.
He then asks the general public for help on how he can get help with the “interfering communication with his child”.
Oleksandr Shovkovskiy played his entire football career, barring two loan spells, for Dinamo Kiev, making over 400 appearances.
After a 23-year-long club and international career, he retired in December 2016 at the age of 41.
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