Journalist Yulia Latynina has left Russia with her family, after suffering a series of intimidating attacks in recent months.
Attackers released a smelly gas into her home in July, with eight people, including children, suffering as a result, the journalist said.
And this month her car caught fire in what Latynina said was an assassination attempt.
“The people who did this are prepared for human casualties,” Latynina told the liberal Ekho Moskvy radio station on Saturday, adding it was “pretty frightening.”
Latynina, who is a vocal critic of the Kremlin, has been a frequent target of harassment, which she has blamed on an atmosphere of hostility towards the opposition which has been actively encouraged by the Kremlin. Last summer, she had a bucket of feces thrown over her on her way to work.
“I have left Russia in connection with threats to my life,” Latynina said on Twitter, including the hashtag “Putin.”