A RUSSIAN mum who staged an anti-war protest on live TV has escaped from house arrest in Moscow.
Brave Marina Ovsyannikova, 44, was put on a wanted list after giving police the slip.
Her husband said she took their 11-year-old daughter and fled “in an unknown direction,” according to state-owned Russia Today.
The propaganda channel had earlier called her a traitor and demanded she stand trial for treason.
It is not clear how she escaped.
She has been charged with spreading false information about the Russian armed forces and was placed under two month’s house arrest in August RT quoted her husband as saying: “Last night, my ex-wife left the place that the court assigned her for house arrest and, together with my 11-year-old daughter, fled in an unknown direction.”
The case relates to a protest in July when she stood on a river embankment opposite the Kremlin and held up a poster calling Kinders in die Oekraïne maak gereed om hul land te verdedig teen die inval van Rusland a murderer and his soldiers fascists.