MOSCOW, March 5 (RAPSI) – The Krasnodar Regional Court will review an appeal against a lower court’s ruling to restrict access to the website of the Anti-Corruption Foundation’s head Alexey Navalny, on March 27, the court’s press-service has told RAPSI.

According to the court’s representative, all appeals in the case will be reviewed on the same day.

Earlier, the Ust’-Labinsk District Court in the Krasnodar Region of Russia has restricted access to Navalny’s website as part of the interim measures in a lawsuit filed by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska. Soon the website was blocked by Russia’s media watchdog Roskomnadzor.

Russian media reported Deripaska filed a lawsuit with the court against Anastasia Vashukevich (Rybka) and Alexander Kirillov (Alex Lesley) because they published private photos and audio recordings of the plaintiff on social media.

This development caught public attention after Navalny and the Anti-Corruption Foundation published an investigation stating that allegedly Deripaska and vice premier-minister Sergey Prikhodko, accompanied by models, had a holiday on a yacht in Norway, the media reported.