Thank you for sharing the link!
It's shocking to me when she said that Filin told her to give up Ovcharenko as a partner. Was not it the same period when Ovcharenko asked to change his coach, and even claimed that he'll join the Stanislavsky if he cannot switch his coach? Ovcharenko himself also said in the article he sent to balletfriends.ru that he knew Filin for five years, which means that they could be in close touch with each other in 2009, and Filin wouldn't say anything against Ovcharenko because of his antagonism with Tsiskaridze.
I think the problem with Angelina is still that she wanted too much and regretted that she did not seize some opportunities well as other emerging stars in Moscow. She is a special and talented ballerina, but so is many others-Smirnova, Khokhlova, Tikhomirova, or even Bochkova, Kruteleva, Soboleva, Vlashnets, Parienko, etc from the corps, not to mentions Kristina Shapran or Anastasia Limenko, rising stars at the Stanislavsky. It seems that early victories make her a vain person who think too well of herself and when things do not turn around her, she got distracted from her dancing career and focuses on something else. She is, or was a ballerina of good quality, she did not seize well some of her chances, which makes her career a bit tougher than expected, but she is not so much better than the rest of corps de ballet in Bolshoi or the dancers in the Stanislavsky, granting her no reason to claim for O/O only because she rehearsed it.
On the other hand, should Filin be such a biased, horrible person as she described, Pavel Dmitrichenko should have no chance to dance those wonderful principal or soloist roles with his bad relationship with Filin. Tsiskaridze, on the other hand, would not recommend his pupil to speak this way to the public, or to quit Bolshoi, had he been a responsible coach and cares about his pupil's career.
Sorry for all these negative comments. I do not post much on this forum, but I'm really sorry about what's happening at the Bolshoi right now, and to read such blind, biased comments from a ballerina who could be a ballerina of better quality HAD SHE ONLY CONCENTRATE ON HER DANCING, and try another female coach if it's required. Tsiskaridze, on the other hand, should recommend his tutor to change a coach for a role if necessary, had he been a coach who truly cares about his pupil. He's not the GOD of the Bolshoi and there's no harm to his pupil rehearsing with someone else for a short term.