The court canceled Yulia's house arrest, replacing the preventive measure with a prohibition to leave the country. The prosecutor requested this, noting that for several months of the investigation, Tsvetkova had not been charged.
- During the three months that Yulia was under house arrest, she began to have health problems: high blood pressure, eye problems and toothache. For a month, her mother tried to get permission for Yulia to systematically visit the dentist for complex treatment, but it was not allowed.
- In addition, Yulia and her mother regularly receive threats. They are threatened with beatings, rape and murder, among other things. One of the authors of the threats is a homophobic activist from St. Petersburg Timur Bulatov. Tsvetkova went to the police with complaints about Bulatov, but the police did not react to his actions. In March 2020, Tsvetkova herself was warned about "the inadmissibility of abuse of the right to complain" because of her complaints about Bulatov's actions.