Dilan Polat and her husband Engin Polat, who were detained and later arrested within the scope of an operation organized in 6 provinces centered in Istanbul, are on the agenda again. This time, footage of the eventful couple attacking their neighbors in the luxury complex they live in Istanbul Çekmeköy because of the parking lot has emerged.
There has been a new development regarding the couple Dilan Polat and Engin Polat, who are on Turkey’s agenda. It was revealed that the Polat couple attacked their neighbors in the luxury complex they lived in Istanbul Çekmeköy before they were detained because of the parking lot.
THEY FOUGHT WITH THEIR NEIGHBORS OVER PARKING
According to Kanal D’s special report, it was determined that the Polat couple attacked their neighbors with kicks and slaps for the parking lot and did not let the police officers who came to the area because of the incident into their house.
THEY CAME TO TESTIFY WEEKS LATER
Allegedly, the incident unfolded as follows:
The child of one of the guests who came to the birthday party got sick. Behind Sıla Doğu’s vehicle was the vehicle of their next-door neighbor. Dilan Polat allegedly insulted them. The people next to her tried to hold her, Dilan Polat kicked her neighbor who was passing by. Engin Polat allegedly punched the neighbor. The Polat couple did not let the police in and did not even make a statement. The Polat couple first went abroad on vacation and came weeks later to testify. Dilan Polat said that her neighbor injured her. Both sides filed a complaint against each other.
DETAILS OF THE OPERATION
17 suspects, including Dilan Polat and her husband Engin Polat, were detained in an operation organized in 6 Istanbul-based cities on November 1. Within the scope of the investigation, a preliminary investigation report was prepared by the Financial Crimes Investigation Board (MASAK) regarding the suspects, including the Polat couple, whose digital materials and notebooks were seized during searches in their companies, and in the report, it was determined that 200 million liras of money flowed from 3 companies in liquidation to companies belonging to family members by issuing fake invoices in exchange for so-called trade.