While Igor Fruman was allegedly scheming to funnel illicit money into US elections, his estranged wife was leading the glamorous life in Miami — running a high-end boutique and rubbing shoulders with the stars.
Fruman — the Rudy Giuliani pal who was arrested last week at Dulles International Airport with a one-way ticket to Vienna — wedded knockout Yelyzaveta “Liza” Naumova in Miami in 2005, records show.
The brunette bombshell — who has three kids with her 53-year-old hubby — filed for divorce in 2017.
That same year, the Odessa-born beauty launched her Miami Design District boutique, Odds, at a blowout Art Basel party.
“What’s crazy is that her store’s in the Design District — it’s all super legit,” one insider told The Post. “Meanwhile, her baby-daddy is funneling money from Russia.”
Federal prosecutors say Belarus-born Fruman and his associate, Lev Parnas, of Ukraine, gave $325,000 to a pro-President Trump political action committee in May 2018 and falsely reported that the donation came from a US gas company.
The four-count indictment against the businessmen includes charges of conspiracy, making false statements to the Federal Election Commission and falsification of records.
While Parnas and Fruman are likely prepping for an appearance in Manhattan federal court Thursday — Naumova’s been living it up.
She jetted off to London last month for Fashion Week, attending her designer pal Natasha Zinko’s show, according to her Instagram.
A day earlier, she posted a photo to her 17,700 followers striking a sultry pose next to former Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima with the caption: “Playdate of Miami Mama’s:).”
But out of her more than 2,100 posts, not one seemed to feature Fruman.
Many of Naumova’s acquaintances likely haven’t yet made the connection between her and Fruman, sources said.
“Because they have different last names, I guarantee there are a ton of people who know her or follow her on Instagram — or their kids know her kids — . . . and they have no idea she’s connected to [this scandal],” the insider said.
The split’s been messy, according to a lengthy court docket, which shows Fruman having sought several orders to get his wife randomly drug tested — while she got his finances subpoenaed from American Express and JP Morgan Chase Bank.
The couple was also battling over a luxe Miami Beach condo with a $3 million mortgage. They have a hearing scheduled for Oct. 29.
Giuliani has said Furman and Parnas helped him gather evidence in Ukraine against former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Naumova didn’t respond to requests for comment.