Oleg Kosarev

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Oleg Kosarev was born on 11 March, 1966 in Moscow, Russia, is a Soviet-Russian serial rapist. Discover Oleg Kosarev’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignPisces
Born11 March 1966
Birthday11 March
BirthplaceMoscow, Russia

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Timeline of Oleg Kosarev


The next attack occurred on the afternoon of April 7th, again in Serpukhov. In the area of house number 160, on Tsentralnaya Street, he noticed two girls (17 and 18, respectively), both 11th-grade students of the local high school. On Osenniy Street, he attacked them, overtaking them in the elevator. Kosarev inflicted at least three blows with the handle and blade of the knife on the head and hand of one girl, and the other – nine on the head, hand and body. After that, the offender took gold jewelry from his victims – a chain, rings with precious stones, a pendant and earrings, as well as two mobile phones, raping one the girls again before finally fleeing the scene.


Returning to Moscow, Kosarev, in less than six months, committed another crime. After he arrived in Serpukhov, he attacked a 13-year-old girl on Vesennyaya Street on February 25, 2011. Pretending to be blind, he followed the girl into an elevator, where, with the threat of a knife, he forced the girl to go to the last floor, where he raped her. After that, Kosarev forced the girl to drink the contents of a syringe that he had brought with him – a mixture of phenazepam and diphenhydramine – and drink it with vodka. As a result, the victim was hospitalized with serious poisoning.

When the search for the rapist in Serpukhov began, an investigator from the city’s prosecutor’s office appealed to the investigative department to inquire about a similar offender, active in Moscow in the mid-1990s. Investigators decided to check out the criminal, and on April 21, 2011, Oleg Kosarev was detained in Moscow. He immediately confessed to everything, and returned all of the stolen items. At the trial, Kosarev was charged with violence against minors, robbery and rape. The defendant argued that “another person entered into him”; however, according to the results of a comprehensive forensic psychiatric examination, he was sane. On October 18, 2012, the Moscow Oblast Court sentenced Oleg Kosarev to 20 years imprisonment, with the first 12 years to be spent in a standard, and the final 8 in a corrective labor colony.

In 2011, Deyev was released, married and, like Kosarev, immediately returned to his criminal activities. He invited teenager boys to his house, plowed them with alcohol, and when they fell into unconsciousness, committed depraved acts on them. In February 2016, Deyev, during a quarrel with a neighbor, grabbed a pistol and fired some blank cartridges at him. He was detained, after which details the sexual assaults came to light. In 2017, Valery Deyev was sentenced by the court to 20 years imprisonment in corrective labor colony.


In October 2010, Oleg Kosarev was granted parole, having served 12,5 out of 15 years. During his stay at the Vladimir colony, he got married, meeting his future wife on a prison date. In 2002, a daughter was born from this relationship, but soon the spouse, after having discovered Oleg’s crimes, left him.


In 1998, a documentary film from the series “Criminal Russia” was created about both Kosarev and Deyev’s crimes, titled “Double Hunt”.


At first, Kosarev denied his guilt, but soon, after some confrontations with the victims, he confessed. Although he admitted to around 137 rapes, the court could only prove around 40 instances, as many of his victims refused to cooperate with the investigators. In March 1997, the court sentenced him to 15 years imprisonment, of which 10 he served in a standard prison, and the other 5 in a maximum security prison.


On May 29, 1996, the second rapist was detained. His name was Valery Deyev, born in 1969. Deyev was unmarried, and had two criminal convictions for robberies and theft. While housed in the detention center “Matrosskaya Tishina”, he tried to feign mental illness and attempted to cut his open his veins twice. Despite this, Valery was recognized as sane. He named about 50 addresses where he claimed to have committed rapes and robberies, but in court he only managed to prove 23 of them. The court sentenced Deyev to 15 years imprisonment.

In 1996, in Moscow, the third “elevator” rapist was arrested – Bunin, who looked very different from Kosarev and his ‘double’ Deyev. He committed at least six attacks, was found not guilty by reason of insanity, and sent off to involuntary commitment.


On October 31, 1995, Kosarev was detained on Arbat Street while trying to sell stolen goods, including a camera taken from one of the victims 4 hours before his arrest. His suspicious behavior attracted the attention of authorities.

After Kosarev’s capture in 1995, attacks with similar modus operandi continued to take place in Moscow, by a criminal who dressed the same way and physically resembled Kosarev. In one case, the attacker declared to a girl that he had raped that he was Andrei Chikatilo. Even before Kosarev’s capture, it was known that there were two differet criminals, due to the fact that the rapes occurred in different parts of the city simultaneously. The police even suggested that the rapists could be twin brothers, and therefore sent inquiries to psychiatric hospitals to monitor any twin brothers with paraphilias, but no results came from it. Oleg himself that during one of his “hunts” for schoolgirls, he saw a man dressed similarly to him, tracking the same girl. That event took place on Chicherin Street.


Kosarev was released in June 1992, and a month and a half later, he made another attack. He usually stalked his victims—teenage girls—on the street, followed them into the building, where, in the elevator, he threatened them with a knife before subsequently raping and robbing them. To lull vigilant on-lookers, he pretended to be blind. Kosarev’s criminal activity peaked in the fall of 1995, when up to three similar attacks on children occurred each day in the capital. In one case, the rapist found five children—two boys and three girls—in an elevator, where he raped all three girls, threatening them with a knife and forcing the boys to have with them. In another instance, he raped a young mother in front of a small child, forcing it to observe the entire process.


A native Muscovite, in his own words, from the age of 7 to 12, Kosarev was subjected to depraved actions by another man who dressed him in women’s clothing and used him for sexual games. The first rape he committed was at age 18, for which he was sent for involuntary commitment to the psychiatric hospital No. 5, known as “White Pillars”, where he raped a nurse with an accomplice. In 1984, the Chekhov City Court recognized Kosarev as sane, and sentenced him to eight years imprisonment. In the colony, in his own words, Oleg was subjected to sexual violence. There, he was forcibly tattooed a blossoming rose – the symbol for the “lowered”, the lower caste of prisoners.


Oleg Leonidovich Kosarev (born March 11, 1966), known as The Elevator Man, is a Soviet-Russian serial rapist, pedophile and robber. He has been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment, the last one being in 2012. According to his own claims, during his criminal career he committed at least 140 rapes, of which more than 40 were proven in court.