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"When he drinks, he turns into an animal."
01.11.2013. Gurman, Sadie. Denver Post

 The woman accusing Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov of assault and kidnapping said he had been drinking for more than 12 hours before he returned to the downtown Denver apartment they shared and began kicking and beating her.

"He was having fun, he was laughing," Evgeniya Vav-rinyuk, 24, said Thursday.

"He has no concept of when to stop drinking, and when he drinks, he turns into an animal," said Vav-rinyuk, a Russian native who spoke to reporters through an interpreter.

Vavrinyuk said the goalie, whom she has been dating for a year, kicked her in the chest, stomped on her while she lay on the ground and dragged her by her hair from their bedroom. She also said he kicked her out of the apartment.

Vavrinyuk said the incident happened about 6 a.m. Monday, and she decided to call police. He had beaten her at least four times before, she said, but throwing her out on the street was "the final straw."

"She wants to make sure he is punished for this," Vavrinyuk said through Diana Senova, an interpreter and the fiancee of her attorney, Robert Abrams. "(Varlamov) is very arrogant and thinks he can get away with anything, that he can beat her up and no one will ever know about it."

She said she had remained in her relationship with Varlamov, hopeful that he could change, as she loved him and hoped to have children with him. She said she broke a modeling contract in Hong Kong so she could come to Denver to be with him "because he asked her to," Senova said.

But when they started living together in the sprawling Glass House apartments at 1700 Bassett St., she noticed a darker side.

"She found out he not only had a violence problem, but also a drinking problem," Senova said.

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