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Sex seminar model who claimed Trump secrets deported from Thailand

 

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Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusian model and escort who caused a stir last year after she was arrested in Thailand and said she had evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, is pictured at Immigration detention center before being deported in Bangkok, Thailand, January 17, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

 

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A model from Belarus who was arrested during a "sex training seminar" in Thailand and then claimed to have evidence of Russian interference in U.S. President Donald Trump's election was deported on Thursday.

 

Thai authorities said Anastasia Vashukevich, 27, two other Belarussians and five Russians were being sent to their home countries two days after they pleaded guilty to charges including conspiracy and soliciting.

 

Vashukevich drew world attention last February when she said she had hours of audio recordings that could shed light on links between Russian officials and Trump's election in 2016.

 

She offered to release the recordings in exchange for asylum in the United States, but never produced evidence to substantiate her claim and later said she had no plans to release anything.

 

Thai immigration chief Surachate Hakparn told media all eight deportees were willing to return to their countries. The deportations were being coordinated with Belarus and Russia, he said.

 

Vashukevich made no comment at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport. Last year, she had said she feared that she would be sent to Russia.

 

Self-proclaimed "sex guru" Alexander Kirillov, 38, a fellow Belarussian among the deportees, told media the group had been seeking deportation since last March.

 

"If you have been to a Thai prison, you are not afraid of anything," he said.

 

They were arrested at the beach resort of Pattaya during a seminar on seduction techniques.

 

Vashukevich, who is also known as Nastya Rybka, said she had recordings of conversations on interference in the U.S. election through an association with Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska. But Deripaska's representatives have accused her of fabrication and said she was never his mistress.

 

Deripaska is close to Russian President Vladimir Putin and is a onetime associate of Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort.

 

U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Moscow sought to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to boost Trump's chances of winning. Russia has denied meddling and Trump has said no collusion took place.

 

(Reporting by Juarawee Kittisilpa and Panu Wongcha-um; Editing by Matthew Tostevin and Nick Macfie)

 
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26 minutes ago, VYCM said:

she has seen a lot of action, probably a lot of battle wounds.

Id be happy to tenderly care for them.

 

19 minutes ago, ratcatcher said:

Does Belarus also have gulags?🇧🇾

yes

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24 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

And the award for the 'creepy, pervy comment of the day' goes to..... :neus:

Thank you. Id like to thank all the little people who made it possible....

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This woman will be spit out the porn industry in 10 years,

47 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

She will be a sex slave

I agree ,she is too sexy too waste , mabey woking in the Russian porn industry until she is too old fat, then spit out broke,addicted and the mother of 7

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Just had a quick skim through the history of Belarusia and it really doesn't appear to be a place that has a warm fuzzy appeal.

I honestly don't know what kind of welcome she will get on arrival there but I can't feel ill will towards her.

Maybe, just maybe she might get back on the tracks.

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51 minutes ago, overherebc said:

Just had a quick skim through the history of Belarusia and it really doesn't appear to be a place that has a warm fuzzy appeal.

I honestly don't know what kind of welcome she will get on arrival there but I can't feel ill will towards her.

Maybe, just maybe she might get back on the tracks.

"...back on the tracks" to that sleazy lot would mean setting honey traps and conning clueless people out of their money.

Thailand is well rid of them.

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43 minutes ago, Kim Jones said:

She already was. 

No she wasn't Kim.

Anyone who has followed the story could tell she is a tough, independent little tart.

Krillov [or whatever his name is] the "sex guru" ran the show but this girl was not intimidated by him, if her actions are anything to go by.

The incriminating Russiagate information she claimed to have is an apparent sham. Nevertheless, it is a bluff that she has played for the best part of a year while locked up in a Thai prison.

If she put out in the slammer you can bet she got something in return for it.

She's nobody's sex slave.

 

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""If you have been to a Thai prison, you are not afraid of anything," he said."

 

I see a future for training folks who lead fearful incomplete lives, being held back by their own doubts and insecurities. Could work out a deal with RTP to house westeners for a month in one of Thailand's fine detention facilities. Besides overcoming fears and becoming a new person, candidates will also learn about Thai culture, language, customs and cuisine on a person to person basis.

Perhaps charging $8,000 (plus airfare) might be appropriate figure for such a unique experience?

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7 minutes ago, Boon Mee said:

No need for more Trump-bashers there! LOL

'Trump bashers?'

 

Surely no such thing, what for? 

 

The man is a saint, plus he supports small business, any hamburger

shop that got an order for 1,000 items should canonise him.

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

Vashukevich drew world attention last February when she said she had hours of audio recordings that could shed light on links between Russian officials and Trump's election in 2016.

In a witch hunt, anyone and everyone has credibility.  It was hard to believe she was taken seriously. 

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