Police confirmed that three houses were called to homes in the Vilnius region. On August 8, officers were there because an outstanding woman said she could not enter the house. The police were informed that the man was not allowed into the house. A little later came another similar call.
According to witnesses, for the first time the couple relieves conflicts with the help of officials. Trusted sources DELFI has said that for some time there has been talk of marriage divorce and property sharing.
After contacting R. Ščiogolevaite, she did not want to comment on the situation. "You know I never comment on my personal life," said a prominent woman.
DELFI also contacted R. Damijonaitis, but he, like Ruth, did not want to talk about his ongoing conflicts with his wife.
"It's a private and sensitive issue, so I don't want to talk about it. I can not confirm anything and I say that what is happening between me and my wife is our private private life, so I say nothing to you – repeated the businessman.
What happens between me and my wife, which doesn't, happens in our private life, so I don't tell you anything.
Nevertheless, until recently, a mysterious conversation about the relationship between men and women took place in social networks. At that time, Roland did not hide his disappointment that often the two men were guilty of conflict.
"Only women are victims, the poor and men break the fence, women exploit. If you women do not show you patience, sometimes even with special provocation, you would prefer to support us – your husbands who fight, work, support a family, help children, do heavy housework, sleep little, and the next morning, do not go to the next morning the other, don't drink, drink or hurt – these days it would be less bullshit, anger and divorce – he said in a publicly available post.
The couple are raising four children. Three are them, and one from the previous relationship of R. Ščiogolevaitė with the dancer David Meškauskas. The 38-year-old singer is currently expecting the fifth offspring with her seven-year-old husband R. Damijonaitis.
D. Meškauskas: It is difficult to say what my son is feeling now
The lack of harmony in the relationship between Ruta and Roland was hidden by the former friend of the singer's heart and the father of their two sons, D. Meškauskas. A well-known dancer was reluctant to talk about it with DELFI, but assured her that she appreciated Roland's commitment to raising a child.
"Because I only know Roland's version in this story and Ruth doesn't, I don't want to comment on it at all. I can only say that I really like Roland, I see how friendly he is to his family, I know that he really cares about my son, I am happy with the way he is raised. I am very grateful for that. He is a very educated man, so it's difficult for me to understand the extent of the conflict that the police had to resolve, "he said.
David does not hide that he is disappointed when he heard that the police visited the house where his son grew up more than once.
"It's hard to say what my son is feeling now. I am glad that he and my grandparents, my parents, are very happy to communicate, especially lately. I see that he is sensitive, so I will try to help him. Roland understands this too well, 'said D. Meškauskas.
The interlocutor said that he had recently lost touch with Ruth – he had a relationship with Roland only about the upbringing of a son whom he did not sympathize with words.
It is difficult for me to understand the scale of the conflict that the police had to resolve.
"We all live a life and we understand it well, why should Roland and I be enemies? I am very happy that we are able to talk to men, discuss issues related to raising a son and everything is really friendly with him. I have no idea what to do to call the police. I find it hard to believe, he repeated.
We remind you that R. Damijonaitis and R. Šciogoliovaitė were married in June 2013. In Kaunas. This is the second marriage of a well-known performer.
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