Guilty of sex work: Belarus-born Kremlin escort girl to be deported from Thailand


20 August 2018 . Anastasiya Vashukevich taken to court

A Belarusian girl, who gained notoriety after the scandal involving Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, will soon be deported from Thailand’s Pattaya.

Spending about 11 months in prison, Belarusian citizens Anastasiya Vashukevich (aka Nastya Rybka) and her friend and instructor Alyaksandr Kirylau (aka Alex Leslie) pleaded their guilty to sex work. A Pattaya court gave suspended sentences the the duo and six other citizens of Russia and Belarus.

Ms Vashukevich would like to be deported to any country that has a visa-free regime with Russia, The Bell quotes her lawyer Nathan Feeney. They will be expelled from Thailand on January 17-18, he added.

In February 2018, Vashukevich and Kirylau were detained for illegal work, i.e. organising ‘sex training’ for Russian tourists, on the Thai island of Ko Lan, and put in prison in Pattaya. Later, Rybka promised to tell American journalists about Trump-Russia relations, if she was ‘sill alive’, and asked for the U.S. protection. FBI agents wanted to talk with her in prison, but the Thai authorities failed to give their consent.

As previously reported, Anastasiya Vashukevich, a native of the Belarusian town of Babruysk, unintentionally revealed juicy details of a sex life of Russian oligarchs and top officials by posting compromising photos on Instagram. She even wrote the book A Story Of Seducing A Billionaire, Or A Clone For An Oligarch.

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The case attracted attention of the Anti-Corruption Foundation led by Alexei Navalny which set up its own investigation and published the results on February, 8.

Russian authorities blacklisted the recent investigation by the Foundation. The materials are to be removed from its website, Youtube and Instagram. The decision was made by Roskomnadzor which referred to the ruling of Ust-Labinsk district court. Earlier, Deripaska sued Vashukevich over her publication of his private photos.

Billionare Deripaska, director of aluminium producer Rusal, and Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Chief of Staff of the Government Sergei Prikhodko (previously an aide to Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin) are involved in the corruption scandal. The video gives evidence of the duo’s taking a boat ride with the so-called good-time girls’ to the coast of Norway in August 2016.

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