Ukrainian refugee who was dumped by her British lover breaks silence after being arrested for breaking down her door while shouting ‘I love you’
The Ukrainian refugee who was dumped by her British lover months after he left her partner for her, has spoken out after her arrest.
Sofia Karkadym, 22, began an affair with her father Tony Garnett after moving into his family home in Bradford.
Tony then left the mother of his children, Lorna Garnett, for Sofia just 10 days after the couple took in the Ukrainian national under the government’s refugee repatriation scheme.
Four months later, Tony revealed he had separated from Sofia and alleged that she was destructive.
Earlier this week Sofia was arrested after she allegedly tried to ‘break down the front door’ of the home she shared with Tony in Bradford.
She would have shouted “I love you” while trying to break down the door.
But Tony swore he was “100%” with Sofia
After her release, she broke her silence.
She says she is “lost”, “heartbroken” and has “no home or money” after the separation.
Speaking to the Mail, Sofia said: “I’m lost. I’m heartbroken and I still have feelings for Tony. I have no one here. No home and no money. I don’t I have no friends. I’m staying here in a disgusting place that the police put me in Bradford.”
The IT manager said she had been warned that she risked being charged by the police if she contacted Tony again. She has already been detained by police twice and suspected of coercive and controlling behavior, according to reports.
His last arrest took place on Monday evening, September 26, in front of the chalet rented by Tony.
She said she never hurt or attacked Tony, but admitted to being upset about “a few things about her partner, Lorna, and their two children”.
Sofia added that she “doesn’t know what to do” and will “probably go back” to Ukraine after the split.
“We were going to get married, but I knew he couldn’t have any more children (he had a vasectomy which he said he was going to cancel) and I thought we could have children in five or six years. I dreamed about my life with Tony, I don’t understand how it happened.
“He didn’t allow me to go to our house and had me arrested twice because I wanted to talk to him privately. He broke up with me through a message and threw me out on the street and don’t care where I am or if I’m safe…”