Giving evidence on the second day of the inquest, Miss Berezovskaya said she too had noticed a change in her father following the conclusion of the multi-million pound case in 2012.
She said that as a consequence, when she found out he had died, she initially believed he committed suicide.
The rant continued: 'Why is a young person who socialises with someone much older automatically a whore, and the older person a sugar daddy?
The former billionaire, who had spoken of "enemies in Russia who were trying to destroy him", was found dead in a locked bathroom at his ex-wife's £20 million home in Ascot, Berkshire, on March 23 last year. An inquest into his death has heard how he had become depressed and talked frequently of suicide after losing a court case to rival Roman Abramovich, the Chelsea Football Club owner.
Several years ago she started a blog with the nickname "doctor_liza" to promote the activities of her organization. Tatiana, a volunteer for the past three years, describes Glinka as "a person who cannot pass by when she sees someone in trouble."Some time ago one of Tatiana's daughters died in a car accident. That's how we got close," she says."Just Help" is a private effort that doesn't receive any financial aid from the Russian government.
In 2010 she was named blogger of the year in the Russian Internet contest ROTOR."People often ask me why I am doing this. The other survived but was severely injured."Our grief brought us together. Glinka has never asked for government aid as she appreciates her financial independence.
But her death was later confirmed by her charity and the defence ministry. “And I know she went there to bring medical supplies. She was bringing medicines to the university hospital in Latakia.” As of Monday morning, rescue teams had recovered 11 bodies and fragments of bodies.
Mikhail Fedotov, head of the Presidential human rights council, revealed that he too had been due to fly on the doomed airliner alongside Ms Glinka, but that he was ultimately barred from doing so. Those were flown to Moscow, where the remains will be identified.
In 1986 she received a degree as an emergency physician from the First Moscow Medical State University.
As Russia began a day of mourning on Monday, minister Maxim Sokolov said more than 3,000 rescue workers were involved in a huge search of the crash site, but that no survivors had been found.
Either a pilot error or a technical fault on board the Tu-154 mid-range military airliner were described as the most likely causes for the crash, which occurred just two minutes after the plane took off from the resort city of Sochi.
More details have started to emerge about the 84 passengers and eight crew feared dead as a result of the disaster, 68 of whom were believed to be members of the world-renowned Alexandrov Ensemble, the official choir of the Russian Armed Forces.
On Sunday night it was confirmed that those killed also included the revered Russian humanitarian Elizaveta Glinka, better known simply as “Dr Liza”, who was accompanying the choir to deliver medical supplies to a hospital in Latakia, Syria.