Serbian authorities issue arrest warrant for Milosevic's daughter
Marija Milosevic is accused of breaching the peace and the unauthorized possession of a firearm, after she fired several shots in the air while her father was being arrested in his residence in Belgrade, in 2001, the Tanjug news agency reported.
The first-instance court sentenced her to two years probation, but this sentence was overturned on appeal. However, the new trial was postponed more than ten times, as Milosevic failed to appear before the court.
Marija Milosevic currently resides in Niksic, Montenegro.
Slobodan Milosevic died of heart failure in March this year in his holding cell at the United Nations' war crimes tribunal in The Hague. He was on trial for genocide and other war crimes over his role in conflicts in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo during the 1990's.