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  1. 27.02.2018 Alleged Kremlin call girl begs for U.S. rescue from Thai jail.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2018/02/27/kremlin-call-girl-nastya-rybka-thailand-jail/377696002/ Alleged Kremlin call girl begs for U.S. rescue from Thai jail. Thai police arrested a Belorussian call girl whose tell-all book and Instagram posts inadvertently exposed ties to the Kremlin of a Russian billionaire who’d done business with Paul Manafort, President Trump’s embattled former campaign manager. Nastya Rybka, the self-described mistress of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, is now begging for an American rescue. "If we go back to Russia we will die in Russian's prison or they will kill us," she wrote Tuesday on her Instagram account. "Please USA help us not to die from Russians!" On Tuesday, she posted a video offering her story to American media in exchange for help. "I am ready to tell you about all those jigsaw puzzles you were missing, to support it with audio, video, regarding the connection between our 'dear' parliament members with Manafort, Trump and all this 'buzz' around the election in the USA," she said, while she appeared to ride in a caged vehicle. "I know a lot. Therefore, I shall wait for your offers, and I wait in the Thai prison." Rybka was detained in Thailand Sunday with nine other Russians who police said claimed to be sex experts running a course on lovemaking, according to the Thai newspaper The Nation. While her story is potentially explosive, she has admitted that some of her past claims were fabricated. Rybka's rocket-like trajectory from a little known "model" to chatty sex worker began with a corruption exposé by Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader and critic of President Vladimir Putin. Navalny used Rybka's memoir Who wants to seduce a billionaire?, her social media postings and geolocation techniques to show that she spent time in August 2016 on Deripaska's yacht off the coast of Norway. She had claimed in her book that the cruise was off the coast of Greenland. Photos on her Instagram account, @natya_rybka.ru, showed her on the navy blue, teak-decked Elden with Deripaska. They also showed Deripaska there with Sergei Prikhodko, who's described on the Russian government's website as deputy prime minister of the Russian Federation. Deripaska posted a statement to Instagram on Feb. 9 denouncing any claims of wrongdoing as "outrageous false allegations," and threatened to defend his "honor and dignity" in court. Prikhodko suggested to the Russian newspaper RBK Daily he would like to fight Navalny, but promised to "remain within the legal framework." Instagram has since removed those posts after the Russian government threatened to ban the photo microblog in Russia. But photos of Rybka on an identical yacht on Aug. 18, 2016, remain. Prikhodko, a former chief of Putin's Foreign Policy Directorate, talked to Deripaska about American policy in Europe, and mentioned then-undersecretary of State for European Affairs, Victoria Nuland, Navalny said, citing Rybka book. Rybka described entertaining both men, and referred to Prikhodko as "Daddy," Navalny said. On her Instagram, she later alleged that both men gang-raped her, and then retracted the accusation. Navalny, whose past investigations focused on public corruption in Russia, said his research exposed bribe taking based on Prikhodko's use of Deripaska's yacht, escort, and travel on Deripaska's private jets to and from the boat after their cruise. For American readers, however, the story links back to Trump and whether members of his political inner circle participated with the Kremlin's well-documented efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election. Deripaska was a business associate of Paul Manafort's and hired him starting in 2006 to influence American politics to benefit Russia, according to the Associated Press. The contract stipulated $10 million a year for Manafort's services. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating whether any collusion occurred between the Trump campaign and Russia, indicted Manafort on several charges related to this work, including failure to register as a foreign agent and money laundering during a period that spans his time as Trump's campaign manager.
  2. 18.01.2019 Belarusian model who offered to trade info on US election detained in Moscow.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/17/asia/anastasia-vashukevich-deported-russia-intl/index.html Belarusian model who offered to trade info on US election detained in Moscow. Moscow (CNN)A woman who claimed to have insider knowledge of Moscow's attempts to meddle in the US elections has been detained in Russia, state media reported. Anastasia Vashukevich, who goes by Nastya Rybka on social media, was deported from Thailand on Thursday after pleading guilty to charges including soliciting prostitution, a Thai immigration official said. Upon arriving in Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, Vashukevich was detained on suspicion of enticement into prostitution, state media RIA-Novosti reported. Earlier Thursday, Vashukevich told CNN via text message that she was detained by a group of people "in civilian clothes" who did not introduce themselves or say why she was detained. "They speak very rudely!" the text message said. "They say we must go with them for a couple of days somewhere!" Vashukevich made headlines last year when she publicly asked the United States to help free her from a Thai detention center in exchange for information on alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The Belarus-born model was part of a group led by author and free sex advocate Alexander Kirillov. A self-described "sex coach," she was arrested in February 2018 in the Thai resort town of Pattaya while running so-called sex training sessions. She was deported from Thailand after she and seven others unexpectedly pleaded guilty at the start of their trial to charges including soliciting prostitution and "forming and being a member of a secret society." They were each sentenced to 18 months in jail but they were released to serve the remainder of their sentence on parole. The eight members of the group were put on a commercial flight to Moscow from Bangkok on Thursday, Thail immigration chief Lt. General Surachate Hakparn said. Vasukevich and another Belarusian group member would then transit home to Belarus, Hakparn said. A women who identified herself as Kirillov's wife told Russian state media RIA-Novosti that Kirillov, Vashukevich and two others -- Andrei Zhezhko and Maria Zharkova -- were detained. "For how long and for what reason, we don't know," said the woman, who gave her name as Kristina. It is not known whether Russian officials are interested in speaking to Vashukevich or Kirillov, who told CNN in 2018 that after stumbling upon evidence of Russian government meddling in the 2016 US election, they were in danger of knowing too much. "They can kill me here or in Russia," Vashukevich said at the time, speaking through the bars of the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center. Claims of insider knowledge Vashukevich claims to be the former mistress of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, an ex-business associate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Jailed Russian 'sex coaches' offer to trade election info for US asylum She told CNN from the detention center last March that she witnessed several meetings in 2016 and 2017 between Deripaska and at least three unnamed Americans. She refused to name them but said she had photographs of one of the Americans and more than an hour of audio recordings. Vashukevich and Kirillov told CNN they were afraid to reveal potentially compromising information in the event they are deported to Russia, where they are believed to have been previously based. Deripaska -- who denies any affair -- is a subject of political intrigue in US political circles, owing to his links with Manafort. The aluminum baron has close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and was recently included on a US Treasury Department list of Russian government officials and 96 oligarchs with a net worth of $1 billion or more. When he was confronted by CNN in 2017, Deripaska called allegations that he may have been a back channel from the Kremlin to the Trump campaign "fake news." Regarding his alleged relationship with Vashukevich, a representative for Deripaska told CNN last March: "This is clearly an attempt by Anastasia Vashukevich (aka Nastya Rybka) to politicize the accusations of the Thai police. There have been endless fictitious stories told by her, all serving to distract the public from real violations, including very serious breaches of law of many countries." Mary Ilyushina and Darya Tarasova reported from Moscow and Emanuella Grinberg wrote this story in Atlanta. Kocha Olarn and Ivan Watson reported from Thailand.
  3. 25.01.2019 Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/22/europe/anastasia-vashukevich-released-russia-intl/index.html Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail. Moscow (CNN)A Belarusian model who claimed to have insider knowledge of Russian attempts to meddle in the US elections has been freed from police custody in Moscow, state media reported. The model, Anastasia Vashukevich, was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport last Thursday on prostitution allegations after being deported from Thailand, where she had spent nearly a year behind bars for soliciting. She remains a suspect in a prostitution case, TASS reported. Vashukevich, along with seven others, pleaded guilty to charges of solicitation and conspiracy at a court in the Thai resort town of Pattaya, where they were arrested in February 2018 while running so-called sex training sessions. They were each sentenced to 18 months in jail but they were released to serve the remainder of their sentence on parole. Self-styled 'sex coach' who offered to trade info on US election unexpectedly pleads guilty The 28-year-old self-styled "sex expert," who also goes by Nastya Rybka on social media, made international headlines last year when she offered to swap secret audio recordings allegedly shedding light on President Donald Trump's links to Russia for asylum in the United States. Vashukevich claimed to have obtained the recordings during her affair with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, an ex-business associate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. She told CNN from the Thai detention center last March that she witnessed meetings in 2016 and 2017 between Deripaska and at least three unnamed Americans. Deripaska -- who denies any affair -- is a subject of political intrigue in US political circles, owing to his links with Manafort. Appearing in court on Saturday, Vashukevich apologized to Deripaska for hurting his reputation. Travel restrictions have been placed on Vashukevich so that she can attend future court hearings. Sex coach who claims to have US election dirt charged with prostitution Vashukevich had planned to return home to Belarus after arriving in Moscow last week. She and the seven others arrested with her were put on a commercial flight to Moscow from Bangkok on Thursday, Thai immigration chief Lt. General Surachate Hakparn said. The Belarus-born model was part of a group led by author and free sex advocate Alexander Kirillov. It is not known whether Russian officials are interested in speaking to Vashukevich or Kirillov, who told CNN in 2018 that after stumbling upon evidence of Russian government meddling in the 2016 US election, they were in danger of knowing too much. "They can kill me here or in Russia," Vashukevich said at the time, speaking through the bars of the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center.
  4. https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/29/europe/russia-anastasia-vashukevich-us-election-intl/index.html Belarusian 'sex coach' says she was warned to keep quiet about oligarch Oleg Deripaska. Moscow (CNN)A Belarusian model who claimed to have information on Moscow's attempts to interfere in US elections told CNN she had been ordered by Russian security agents to keep silent about her dealings with a Russian billionaire linked to the former chairman of Donald Trump's campaign. Anastasia Vashukevich, a self-styled "sex coach," made international headlines after she was arrested in Thailand last year and claimed to have obtained secret recordings during an affair with oligarch Olig Deripaska which allegedly shed light on US President Donald Trump's links to Russia. In an exclusive interview with CNN on Tuesday, Vashukevich said she was instructed by Russian security services not to talk about Deripaska, an ex-business associate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail "I had some talk when I was in Russian jail," she said. "And they explained to me very clear(ly) what should I do, what should I say and what I shouldn't say." Asked who explained that to her, Vashukevich said "Russian agents," adding, "They said to me, 'Don't touch Oleg Deripaska anymore.'" The model, who goes by the name Nastya Rybka on social media, was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport earlier this month on prostitution allegations after being deported from Thailand, where she had spent nearly a year behind bars for soliciting. She was freed from police custody last week. Claims made to 'save my life' She told CNN from a Thai detention center last year that she witnessed meetings between Deripaska and at least three unnamed Americans. Now back in Moscow, she says the claims she made to the media were an attempt to get media attention to save her life. Asked if she regretted making those claims about the evidence she had, Vashukevich said, "I think it saved my life, how can I regret it? If journalists had not come at that time and that story had not come to the newspapers, maybe I would die [be dead by] now." Treasury Department lifts sanctions on three Russian firms with ties to Oleg Deripaska Deripaska denies any affair with Vashukevich, but he remains a subject of major political interest in US political circles. Trump has denied claims that his campaign colluded with Russians. Vashukevich apologized to Deripaska for hurting his reputation during a court appearance in Moscow prior to her release. Deripaska was back in the spotlight this weekend, after the Trump administration's Treasury Department formally lifted sanctions on three Russian firms with links to the billionaire, including Rusal, the world's second-largest aluminum producer. In her interview with CNN, Vashukevich described her year in a Thai prison as "hell," and said she had contemplated suicide if she was handed a lengthy sentence. "It's like a blockbuster and I'm inside," she said. "But it's not a movie, it's my life."
  5. Уровень Бога.

    Уровень бога [в соблазнении] - это когда мужчина, не зная языка, с бумажки читает девушке “I’ll show you magic. stand up!”, и она встает. И здесь, у участников тренинга на Ибице, это получается! С бумажки на ломаном английском - и все это работает. Это круто. Главное - иметь смелость и делать это. Парень приехал под 2 метра ростом, и он умудряется, не зная никакого языка, кроме русского, эффективно снимать. А есть на тренинге и один “ФСБшник”, он все время скрывается от камер, и мы все стебемся, что он очередной засланный… Мы сейчас отрабатываем знакомство и влюбление. Тренинг проходит в другом формате, не как база или телеска. Мы все утром собираемся в крутом ресторане и я что-то рассказываю, объясняю, читаю лекции, попутно отправляя участников за мимо проходящими шикарными девушками. По-моему это намного эффективнее. Я вчера познакомился с негритянкой, это моя слабость. По ощущениям он была эскортницей, но выбрала со мной такую тактику - скрывать это. Просто сказала, что на Ибице работает, ничего больше. То есть она со мною выбрала стратегию не как с человеком, которого она пытается развести на бабки. Хотя на самом деле я на тренингах стараюсь в съем не уходить, потому что когда я ухожу в съем, у меня башню срывает, и все. Забываю про группу, забываю про тренинг...
  6. Первый секс с мужчиной.Когда?

    Первый секс - строить недотрогу или отрываться, что любят мужчины? Слушай, я тебе так скажу, это все зависит от самого мужчины. У каждого свои предпочтения во вкусах. У каждого свои комплексы и тараканы - нужно собрать информацию о нем конкретно. Вообще говоря, я знал людей, которым не нравятся девственницы, но их, честно, немного. Все индивидуально, надо смотреть. Если у тебя все хорошо, есть практика, опыт с мужчинами, то ты интуитивно чувствуешь, как с ним себя повести лучше. Есть мужчины, которым принципиально нельзя отдаваться на первом свидании, просто потому, что уважать тебя не будут - просто у них такие тараканы в голове. Но есть вот какой момент, я говорил - я всегда стою за человека, то есть это означает, что тебе должно быть в кайф это. Думай о себе. Как тебе кайфануть от этого мужчины. Если ты получаешь удовольствие, то ты все делаешь правильно. Это первый принцип эффективности во многих книгах по НЛП и, в принципе, по любой психологии. То есть это принцип успешности - важно, чтобы ты всегда была на кайфе.
  7. Про Охотниц.

    Бывает, что мне говорят женщины: “Вот ты топишь только за мужчин, а нас - стараешься сделать удобными для них” Вы просто посмотрите на Охотниц. Разве эти девушки удобны для мужчин? Нет, они интересны для мужчин, даже тех, у которых большой кругозор среди женщин. Мне в какой-то момент стало скучно, стали скучны все женщины вокруг, такое бывает у всех мужчин. Мне хотелось кайфануть, просто самому кайфануть, удивиться. А так как, как вы знаете, я достаточно давно в теме соблазнения, и у меня уже было такое количество женщин, что я уже ничему не удивляюсь. Для меня все женщины вели себя на тот момент стандартно и одинаково. Я общался со звездами, актерами, продюсерами и выяснил, что у них то же самое. Люди, которые в этой жизни многого добились, кто-то известный актер, кто-то денег много заработал, кто-то фильмы крутые продюсирует, кто-то власть имеет и так далее - я начал понимать, что у всех у них та же история, им тоже стали скучны все девушки, модели ли они, звездочки какие-то. И тогда я решил создать охотницу. То есть появилась сама идея, как она должна выглядеть. И я встретил девушку, которая то ли сыграла, то ли действительно была такой, но она мне просто взорвала мозг, потому что она полностью соответствовала моей идеи и концепции того, как быть нестандартной в каждый момент времени. Тогда я очень сильно удивился и начал снимать с нее модель, она изложена в Кодексе. Эту модель можно назвать “Женщина наоборот” - то есть женщина которая вообще все делает наоборот и очень сильно удивляет этим мужчин любого уровня и статуса. Я не называю ее имени никогда, для меня оно должно оставаться в секрете. Чтобы это не было привязано к конкретной личности - просто абстрактный человек. И после этого я начал этому учить других девушек, и они, когда я начала эту модель и на них распространять, начали тоже взрывать мозг. Одну из таких вы хорошо знаете - это героиня большого геополитического международного скандала. Это была демонстрация всему миру поведения охотницы. От него бомбило всех абсолютно. От нестандартного поведения молодой девушки, которая просто очень всем нравилась. Люди были в диком восторге от того, что она говорит, как она это говорит, как она ведет себя и так далее. Потому что это то, о чем на самом деле мечтает любой мужчина и, заметьте, это была просто демонстрация миру охотницы. В нее влюбилась вся Планета. Это была не просто игра, а жизнь одновременно. С падениями империй и всем прилагающимся - но вместо того, чтоб ее на пьедестал почета поставить, ее посадили в яму, вот и все. Но смысл не изменился, все видели эту модель, всех бомбило, качали эмоции, людям это нравилось. Четкая и яркая демонстрация! Многие пишут: “но ведь она делала то, что ты говорил, она ведь сама этого не сможет...” Какая разница? Соблазнение - это образ, и все мы на себя надеваем образы, и кто будет исполнять этот образ и как, как и то, такая она на самом деле или нет, вообще не имеет абсолютно никакого значения. Потому что ты всегда влюбляешься в образ. Всегда. И мы к этому образу идем. И даже становимся им, если никакие сложности не встают на нашем пути. Если мы не сливаемся, мы становимся этим образом. Задачей данного проекта является создание реального человека, а не просто какой-то Миллы Йовович или Анджелины Джоли, играющих на экране, а на самом деле являющихся простыми как грабли и неинтересными, скандалящими со своими мужчинами и не имеющих на самом деле ни страсти, ни чего-то подобного. Нет. Здесь нашей задачей было дойти до реальной реализации проекта. Так что мне непонятно, как можно сказать, что охотницы “удобны для мужчины”. Поспрашивайте об это мужчин - насколько это удобно. Это для того, чтобы мужчины влюблялись, зажравшиеся [в плане женского внимания] мужчины, как я. Модель охотницы, эта структура поведения и установок, при встрече с мужчиной, который уже “наелся” женщин, и они ему наскучили, приводит его в состояние шока, он влюбляется. Следуя этой модели, ты действительно достигаешь того, чего ты хотела, ты становишься уникумом. Становишься единственной такой. Многие люди склонны ставить штампы. Самый частый из них - так как охотницы сеексуально активны, проходят разные прокачки и изучают техники - “Охотница - значит всем дает”. Да ничего подобного. Охотница - охотится. Она берет мужчин, которых она хочет. А в ходе прокачки она учится отдаваться в том случае, когда ей это нужно для какой-то игры. Иногда это один из лучших ходов - отдаться на глазах у мужчины, на которого ты воздействуешь, какому-то просто абсурдному другому мужчине. Любой мужчина может стать стратегическим ходом в игре. А чтобы такие тактики исполнять, нужно просто быть прокаченной. Игры - это серьезно. Это работа. Работа с простройкой конкретных ходов и реализацией их в жизнь. Для жертвы вообще не понятно, что это происходит. Когда она узнает, она просто в шоке от того, что, оказывается, это просто была игра, чтобы жертву подсадить на себя. В физике есть такое правило, что на любом стекле, даже бронированном, есть такая точка, на которую если чуть нажать, оно рассыпется. Такую же точку мы ищем в каждом конкретном человеке. На нее нажимаешь, и сразу система работает, это очень красиво.Каждая игра - она как картина, оригинальна, уникальна и интересна. Когда она происходит, ее после этого можно просто записать и книгу по ней издать, например) Люди просто не понимают смысла игры, и того, насколько готовность совершать любые шаги может быть важна для достижения своих целей.
  8. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/22/world/europe/nastya-rybka-russia.html Escort Who Claimed to Have Proof of Russian Meddling Is Released From Detention. Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusian escort and blogger who also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, at a court hearing in Moscow on Saturday.CreditCreditMaxim Shipenkov/EPA, via Shutterstock By Andrew Higgins Jan. 22, 2019 MOSCOW — An escort from Belarus who posted video online showing her on the yacht of one of Russia’s richest oligarchs along with a senior Russian official was released from detention in Moscow on Tuesday, her lawyer told the government news agency Tass. The escort, Anastasia Vashukevich, who is the author of a book titled “Who Wants to Seduce a Billionaire” and also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, arrived in Moscow last Thursday after being deported from Thailand over her involvement in a sex-training seminar aimed at male Russian tourists, and was immediately arrested at the airport. Her lawyer, Svetlana Sidorkina, told Tass that Ms. Vashukevich and Alexander Kirillov, a self-described Russian “sex guru” also known as Alex Leslie, who was also deported from Thailand and detained upon arrival in Moscow, remained suspects in a case involving “enticement to prostitution” but had been released on their own recognizance. A video showing Ms. Vashukevich being manhandled by Russian police officers at Sheremetyevo Airport, which serves Moscow, stirred outrage among her followers on social media and those of Aleksei Navalny, a Russian anti-corruption campaigner who posted video footage of the yacht trip on his website last year. Mr. Navalny’s video severely embarrassed the owner of the yacht, the Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska, and Sergei E. Prikhodko, a former deputy prime minister who was also onboard and is now deputy chief of the Russian government’s administrative apparatus. Mr. Deripaska has been under sanctions imposed by the United States along with other Russian magnates close to the Kremlin. Mr. Navalny said on his website Monday that leaked audio recordings showed that Mr. Deripaska, who had a business relationship with President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul J. Manafort, orchestrated the arrest of Ms. Vashukevich. She was first detained in Thailand last year and then seized by Russian police officers last Thursday at the airport in Moscow. Mr. Deripaska’s ties to Mr. Manafort, who has pleaded guilty to charges bought by the team of the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, have made the oligarch a bit character in various tangled story lines around the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The surprise release on Tuesday of the detained Belarusian escort followed media reports that Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Ms. Vashukevich’s home country, had intervened on her behalf. Mr. Deripaska has stayed silent, saying only that he skipped this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, an event he usually attends, to go fishing on Lake Baikal in Russia. Some interpreted that comment as a dig at Ms. Vashukevich, whose pseudonym, Rybka, means “little fish” in Russian. While in Thailand, Ms. Vashukevich claimed that she had audio recordings that could link Russia with Mr. Trump’s election, but no such recordings have come to light, and many doubt they exist.
  9. 7.03.2018 U.S. BRUSHES OFF ESCORT'S 'BIZARRE STORY' ABOUT TRUMP-RUSSIA SCOOP.

    https://www.newsweek.com/us-escort-bizarre-story-trump-russia-scoop-833740 U.S. BRUSHES OFF ESCORT'S 'BIZARRE STORY' ABOUT TRUMP-RUSSIA SCOOP he State Department has brushed off questions about the "bizarre story" of a self-described sex expert who claims she has information for the Russian election meddling investigation after allegedly witnessing talks with a top Moscow official on an oligarch's yacht. The Belarusian-born woman, who calls herself Nastya Rybka, has published a roman à clef on seducing a billionaire, and skyrocketed to fame when her claims and Instagram posts captured the attention of the Kremlin's top critic. Anti-corruption blogger Alexey Navalny took an interest in her Instagram page, where he identified what appears to be a genuine, hushed-up encounter between businessman Oleg Deripaska and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergey Prikhodko. Related: What does a self-styled sex coach know about Russian collusion and Trump? The report of a meeting in the presence of an escort—or several escorts, as Navalny claims—is not only embarrassing for both men but could also constitute a bribe, he argues. The pair also allegedly discussed politics and ties with the U.S. aboard the luxury vessel. Deripaska has expressly denied any illegal activity or having any affair with Rybka. Russian authorities threatened both Instagram and YouTube with blackouts if they do not take down Navalny's video post about the incident. The clip swiftly drew in millions of views and shortly afterwards Rybka and a group of her fellow sex experts were arrested in Thailand. She has since made several pleas for help from the U.S., offering to trade her insight into the alleged collusion between Russia and members of President Donald Trump's team. Crucially, Deripaska has done business with ex-Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort and at least one of Rybka's posts suggested the two men on the yacht were discussing relations with the U.S. She has claimed she has over an hour of relevant audio recordings but will only trade them for political asylum. State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert speaks during a briefing at the State Department in Washington, D.C. on November 30, 2017.MANDEL NGAN/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Asked if the U.S. government were seeking to speak with Rybka, whose real name is Anastasia Vashukevich, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert suggested American diplomats were not planning any meetings with the woman. "Not that I am aware of," Nauert said, stating in her daily press briefing on Tuesday that she only had a "little bit of information" about the Rybka case. "We're certainly aware of her arrest. The Russian authorities may have more information on her case. Certainly, the Thai or Thai law enforcement may have additional information, but we're limited in terms of what we have." Read more: Putin showed the world Russia's next generation nukes. The footage was over 10 years old RELATED STORIES Escort Says She Has Russian Election Meddling Proof What Does Jailed Russian 'Sex Expert' Know About Trump? Thailand Arrests Russians Running 'Sex Training' Course In a flurry of Instagram posts from inside a caged vehicle, Rybka has speculated that her life may be in danger if she is returned to Russia and claimed that the damaging information she has, as opposed to her sex work, is the real reason for her arrest. "We support and assist American citizens," Nauert added, when pressed on potential assistance to Rybka. "She is not an American citizen." The State Department spokeswoman insisted that the U.S. was relying on Thai authorities to disclose anything of great interest from the Nastya Rybka saga.
  10. 01.02.2019 Belarusian model: I gave info on Trump to Russian tycoon.

    https://apnews.com/22e38b86bd9f43df801d9abe822b0d42 Belarusian model: I gave info on Trump to Russian tycoon. MOSCOW (AP) — A Belarusian model who claims to have information on ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s election campaign told The Associated Press on Friday that she has turned that material over to Russian billionaire businessman Oleg Deripaska. Anastasia Vashukevich fueled speculation around possible ties between Trump and the Kremlin last year when she posted a video from a police van, saying she had 16 hours of audio and video proving ties between Russian officials and the Trump campaign that influenced the 2016 U.S. elections. Deripaska denied the allegations and even went to court to seek to remove the video Vashukevich posted in which he discusses U.S.-Russia ties with a senior Russian government official. Vashukevich, who is also known as Nastya Rybka, returned to Russia last month almost a year after she was detained in Thailand on charges of soliciting sex, in what some believe was an attempt to silence her. Vashukevich, 28, told the AP in an interview Friday that, contrary to earlier reports that she had destroyed the recordings, she had given them to Deripaska because it “relates to him” and that she “did not want any more trouble.” Vashukevich rose to prominence in February last year when Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny published an investigation detailing dealings between Deripaska and Sergei Prikhodko, then-Russian deputy prime minister who played a prominent role in shaping Russia’s foreign policy. Navalny drew on Vashukevich’s video from summer 2016 when Deripaska was hosting Prikhodko on his yacht and was caught on tape saying that relations between Russia and the U.S. were bad because of then-Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. Deripaska is close to Putin and also had a working relationship with Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager. Manafort was investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the probe into the 2016 election and was convicted last year of tax and bank fraud. Deripaska’s representative at the time dismissed the reports as “scandalous and mendacious assumptions.” He promptly filed and won a lawsuit against Vashukevich for breach of privacy and secured a court ruling to delete the videos of him and Prikhodko. Vashukevich and her teacher, self-styled sex guru Alexander Kirillov, were in Thailand shortly after Navalny’s investigation came out, conducting a sex training seminar when they were arrested for working without a permit. Vashukevich, Kirillov and several others ended up being charged with soliciting sex and spent 11 months in a Thai jail. In January, Vashukevich and others were sentenced by the court in Pattaya to three-year prison terms before a new ruling gave them suspended 18-month prison terms and deported them to Russia. In the early stages of their detention, the sex training group sent a note to the U.S. Embassy via an intermediary seeking help and political asylum. Vashukevich indicated she would turn over the recordings she claimed to have if the U.S. could help secure her release, but later withdrew the offer, suggesting that she and Deripaska had reached an agreement. Vashukevich and Kirillov initially blamed Russia for their incarceration and said they were fearful for their lives. In April, however, Vashukevich changed her tune and said it was the U.S. government that was persecuting her, not Russia. Vashukevich later told reporters outside a Thai courtroom that she had promised Deripaska not to speak about the U.S. election interference anymore. Vashukevich and Kirillov were briefly detained upon their arrival in Moscow late last month on suspicion of soliciting sex in Russia but were promptly released. When pressed Friday by the AP about her previous claims, Vashukevich said she had emailed “everything I had” to Deripaska and dodged a question of whether she kept a copy for herself. “Oleg (Deripaska) has it all. If he wants to make any of it public, if he thinks that it’s a good idea, he can do it himself,” she said. A spokeswoman for Deripaska had no immediate comment Friday on Vashukevich’s new allegations. The Belarusian native who penned two books about seducing rich, powerful men explained to the AP how she changed her mind about who was to blame for her plight in Thailand. She said he received multiple visits from Americans with FBI IDs who were seeking information about her claims of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. She said they offered her safety in the U.S. or threatened her with a lengthy prison term if she refused to cooperate. Around the time when she first publicly supported Russia, Vashukevich received a visit from Vladimir Pronin, Russia’s newly appointed consul in Pattaya, who she said helped to improve prison conditions for her and the other inmates. She credited Pronin for securing her release from the Thai prison and her deportation in January. Russian publications The Bell and Proyekt last year pointed to another high-profile visitor who Vashukevich caught on tape spending time with Deripaska. One video posted on her YouTube account showed a meeting between Deripaska and Adam Waldman, a U.S. lobbyist who has been working for Deripaska and who has had repeated meetings with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The reported January 2017 meeting was several days before Waldman’s visit to Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The Democratic National Committee last year sued Trump’s campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks, saying they conspired to cheat Democrats in the 2016 election. When asked Friday if the reports proving the Russian interference in the U.S. elections included recordings of Waldman, Prikhodko and Deripaska, the Belarusian woman said: “I didn’t tell you that.” Vashukevich has kept a low profile since her release, a stark contrast to the racy photos that she used to post on Instagram. On Friday, she would not respond to a question on whether she was currently collaborating with Russian authorities. Her remarks, however, indicated that she may have traded her silence for security. “Things are so good right now, I don’t want this to change,” she said. “I don’t want to have to have to compare the Russian prison to the Thai prison. I don’t want any more trouble.” In her old Instagram posts, Vashukevich used to take pride in manipulating rich, powerful men. Asked Friday if she was now the one being manipulated, she swore in English and asked “What do you do?” ___ Iuliia Subbotovska contributed to this report. ___ This version corrects the headline to show that Vashukevich is Belarusian, not Russian.
  11. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/belarus-model-who-touted-evidence-of-trump-russia-ties-pleads-guilty-in-thailand/2019/01/15/2fa89adc-18d0-11e9-b8e6-567190c2fd08_story.html Belarusan model who touted evidence of Trump-Russia ties pleads guilty in Thailand Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusan model, and Belarusan Alexander Kirillov, a self-described sex coach, at the Chonburi immigration office in Pattaya, Thailand, on Jan. 15. (Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters) By Anton Troianovski , Rosalind S. Helderman and Shibani Mahtani January 15 MOSCOW — A model whose alleged affair with a Russian oligarch made her an unexpected player in probes into Moscow’s influence, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Thailand to charges linked to a “sex training” seminar, setting the stage for her deportation. The model and self-described sex expert from Belarus, Anastasia Vashukevich, claimed that she ­recorded meetings between ­Russian metals magnate Oleg Deripaska and unspecified Americans in 2016 to discuss Russian interference in the U.S. election. Vashukevich posted video of Deripaska meeting with a senior Russian official on a yacht, but Deripaska has denied wrong­doing, and no evidence has emerged that she possessed any new details about the election. On Tuesday, Vashukevich and seven Russians pleaded guilty to conspiracy and soliciting prostitution, clearing the way for them to be released after nine months in a Thai jail. Vashukevich’s claims about recording Deripaska were notable because the oligarch has ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and used to work with President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Manafort has pleaded guilty in the United States to crimes stemming from his work as a political consultant in Ukraine before joining Trump’s campaign. Soon after Vashukevich’s apparent connection to Deripaska came to light early last year, she and several Russians were arrested while conducting what she described as a sex training seminar for Russian tourists in the Thai resort town of Pattaya. In jail, she pleaded for U.S. help, saying she had information on ties between Russia and Trump. On Instagram, she claimed that she was “the only witness and the missing link in the connection between Russia and the U.S. elections.” But none of the alleged recordings were ever made public. Vashukevich had long promoted herself as an expert on sex and the art of seduction, and she wrote a book on her alleged liaison with Deripaska titled “A Diary About Seducing a Billionaire.” Deripaska has said that Vashukevich was making up stories, and he won a court case against her in which he argued that Vashukevich was violating his privacy. On Tuesday, a lawyer for one of the seven people arrested alongside Vashukevich said that all eight of them pleaded guilty, prompting the Thai court to suspend their sentences and order their release. Their prison terms were waived in view of time served. They were then returned to a prison in Pattaya, a beach city south of Bangkok, where their shackles were removed, said the lawyer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing legal matter. Vashukevich, who has also gone by the name Nastya Rybka, and the others are now set to be deported from Thailand, a process that Thai officials say will take about five days. It was not immediately clear where Vashukevich, a citizen of Belarus, would be sent. A friend, Gregory Kogan, said Vashukevich was hoping to be deported somewhere other than Russia. “They feel quite lucky,” Kogan said. “But the real relaxation will come when they are free.” [Revelations about Manafort’s 2016 interactions with Russian associate show special counsel’s intense focus on Russia contacts] A court document filed in the United States last week revealed that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has remained closely focused on Manafort's interactions with Russians during the campaign, including his communications with Konstantin Kilimnik, an employee of Manafort's political consulting firm. FBI has assessed that Kilimnik has ties to Russian intelligence. Kilimnik also served as Manafort’s liaison to Deripaska. In July 2016, Manafort wrote to Kilimnik and directed him to offer “private briefings” about the campaign to the Russian businessman. A spokeswoman for Deripaska has said he was never offered the briefings and did not receive any. Representatives of Deripaska did not immediately respond to requests for comment Tuesday. Kilimnik has said that he and Manafort met in New York to discuss Manafort's unpaid bills from Ukraine on Aug. 2, 2016. Days later, Vashukevich recorded Deripaska and Sergei Prikhodko, then Russian’s deputy prime minister, together on a yacht off the coast of Norway. Helderman reported from Washington and Mahtani from Hong Kong. Wilawan Watcharasakwet in Bangkok contributed to this report.
  12. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/22/world/europe/nastya-rybka-russia.html?searchResultPosition=1 Escort Who Claimed to Have Proof of Russian Meddling Is Released From Detention Image Anastasia Vashukevich, a Belarusian escort and blogger who also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, at a court hearing in Moscow on Saturday.CreditCreditMaxim Shipenkov/EPA, via Shutterstock By Andrew Higgins Jan. 22, 2019 MOSCOW — An escort from Belarus who posted video online showing her on the yacht of one of Russia’s richest oligarchs along with a senior Russian official was released from detention in Moscow on Tuesday, her lawyer told the government news agency Tass. The escort, Anastasia Vashukevich, who is the author of a book titled “Who Wants to Seduce a Billionaire” and also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, arrived in Moscow last Thursday after being deported from Thailand over her involvement in a sex-training seminar aimed at male Russian tourists, and was immediately arrested at the airport. Her lawyer, Svetlana Sidorkina, told Tass that Ms. Vashukevich and Alexander Kirillov, a self-described Russian “sex guru” also known as Alex Leslie, who was also deported from Thailand and detained upon arrival in Moscow, remained suspects in a case involving “enticement to prostitution” but had been released on their own recognizance. A video showing Ms. Vashukevich being manhandled by Russian police officers at Sheremetyevo Airport, which serves Moscow, stirred outrage among her followers on social media and those of Aleksei Navalny, a Russian anti-corruption campaigner who posted video footage of the yacht trip on his website last year. Mr. Navalny’s video severely embarrassed the owner of the yacht, the Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska, and Sergei E. Prikhodko, a former deputy prime minister who was also onboard and is now deputy chief of the Russian government’s administrative apparatus. Mr. Deripaska has been under sanctions imposed by the United States along with other Russian magnates close to the Kremlin. Mr. Navalny said on his website Monday that leaked audio recordings showed that Mr. Deripaska, who had a business relationship with President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul J. Manafort, orchestrated the arrest of Ms. Vashukevich. She was first detained in Thailand last year and then seized by Russian police officers last Thursday at the airport in Moscow. Mr. Deripaska’s ties to Mr. Manafort, who has pleaded guilty to charges bought by the team of the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, have made the oligarch a bit character in various tangled story lines around the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The surprise release on Tuesday of the detained Belarusian escort followed media reports that Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Ms. Vashukevich’s home country, had intervened on her behalf. Mr. Deripaska has stayed silent, saying only that he skipped this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, an event he usually attends, to go fishing on Lake Baikal in Russia. Some interpreted that comment as a dig at Ms. Vashukevich, whose pseudonym, Rybka, means “little fish” in Russian. While in Thailand, Ms. Vashukevich claimed that she had audio recordings that could link Russia with Mr. Trump’s election, but no such recordings have come to light, and many doubt they exist.
  13. 31.01.2019 Nastya Rybka: Model who got caught up in the Trump-Russia row.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47055734 Nastya Rybka: Model who got caught up in the Trump-Russia row. Nastya Rybka spent a few days "just partying" with a Russian billionaire on his yacht, and boasted to the world about her coup. But that billionaire was Oleg Deripaska, a powerful friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. And she later claimed she had evidence of Russian interference in the Trump election campaign. Rybka herself, a Belarusian model, was to spend a year in prison in Thailand, in her eyes an unwitting victim used by others. "I fell in love. He is a very handsome man and has beautiful eyes. Why not?" she said of Mr Deripaska in an interview with BBC Russian in Moscow. US lifts sanctions on Putin ally Deripaska's firms US slaps sanctions on key Putin allies All she wanted was to be on Mr Deripaska's yacht, she says. She got what she wanted in 2016, but talking about it has caused Mr Deripaska nothing but grief. Image copyrightEPA Image captionThe Belarusian model appeared in court in Moscow this month accused of engaging in prostitution, but has been freed from jail US sanctions were slapped on the aluminium magnate and other Russian tycoons last year for "malign activity" involving Russia. It also emerged he had had business contacts with Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman in Donald Trump's election bid. "He has a lot of troubles," says Rybka, whose real name is Anastasia Vashukevich. "I think I started those troubles, I am the beginning of it." The billionaire denied her allegations and successfully sued for invasion of privacy both the model and her so-called "pick-up coach" Alex Lesley, otherwise known as Alexander Kirillov. How model ended up in Thai jail Nastya Rybka shot to notoriety a year ago when her book and Instagram posts with photographs and descriptions of people she met on the yacht in 2016 were picked apart by Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny. He identified a high-ranking official from President Putin's administration, Sergei Prikhodko, as one of the visitors. Mr Prikhodko dealt mainly with foreign policy issues and after the account became public he was vague about whether or not he had been hosted by Mr Deripaska, as had been alleged. Image copyrightAFP Image captionNastya Rybka and her "pick-up coach" Alexander Kirillov were deported from Thailand this month Shortly after Alexei Navalny published his findings in a video posted on the internet, Mr Deripaska sued on privacy grounds and the video was blocked by Russia's media watchdog. Russian media which had cited Mr Navalny's findings had to retract their publications. Meanwhile, Rybka and Alexander Kirillov went to Thailand for another "sex-training" session. On 25 February 2018 they were arrested on charges of working without permits, which were later changed to soliciting to provide sexual services. The pair believed the prosecution was connected to the scandal in Russia. Why Rybka appealed to FBI Shortly after her arrest Rybka thought that the Americans could help her out. Appealing to US media via a shaky Instagram video in a police van, she said she had important information, as well as "missing bits of the puzzle" regarding connections between the Russian establishment, Paul Manafort and the Trump campaign. Russia releases 'sex seminar' model All you need to know about Trump Russia story Now, bizarrely, she says it was the Americans who arranged her imprisonment. "Maybe (the) Americans were afraid that I have something against the new president," she says. "It's not our game, it's bigger than us." She is coy about the sort of information she was promising, and insists she did not give the US investigators anything. "The FBI asked whether I have any material on Trump, Manafort, Deripaska's life. A lot of people came and asked the same. After that I decided that what I have is dangerous for me. I sent it to Oleg Deripaska," she said. It is not known what material she had, if any. Nor is it known if Mr Deripaska ever received anything. On 17 January, she and Leslie received suspended sentences and were deported from Thailand. 'I have to live here' Arriving in Russia they were arrested again, on charges of coercing people into prostitution. Rybka's lawyer posted a video on Instagram showing her arrest. By now she had become contrite and begged Oleg Deripaska's forgiveness. Two days later both were released from Russian custody, although the case is still not closed. Rybka says she doesn't have any material connected to that affair. "I don't have any mobile phones or computers any more." Nastya Rybka insists she did not cut any deals with anyone in exchange for her release. But she does not deny that as soon as she was back in Russia, she was told in no uncertain terms how to behave. "I was explained how I can talk about it. And I have to live here. The official version is that I haven't got any records and whatever records there were are gone." Now she and her mentor appear to blame Alexei Navalny for all their troubles. And this view matches both Oleg Deripaska's and Russia's official view of the story: an innocent leisure trip that was magnified into a tale of corruption and international conspiracy. So what did Nastya Rybka mean a year ago when she said Oleg Deripaska was involved in Russian government meddling in the US presidential election? "I can't answer that question," she says.
  14. https://abcnews.go.com/International/sex-trainer-claimed-information-trump-russia-arrested-moscow/story?id=60451921 'Sex trainer' who claimed to have info on Russian election interference arrested in Moscow. An Instagram model and self-described “sex trainer” from Belarus, who last year drew international attention with unsubstantiated claims to have recordings relevant to the Russian election interference investigation, has been arrested at a Moscow airport on prostitution charges after she was deported from Thailand. Anastasia Vashukevich, better known by her online persona Nastya Rybka, was drawn into the special counsel investigation in 2018 after Instagram videos surfaced of her aboard a yacht with Oleg Deripaska, a Kremlin-connected Russian oligarch with long-standing business ties to Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort. After Vashukevich was arrested in Thailand last year on work permit violations, she claimed to have recordings relating to Russia and the 2016 election, and promised to hand information over to the FBI if the agency would guarantee her safety. No evidence ever emerged to support her claims, but the case has attracted significant media attention in Russia, mostly because of its salacious details and the high-profile characters involved. On Thursday, Vashukevich and her collaborator, a self-described sex guru known as Alex Lesli, were detained with two others at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport when they landed after returning from Thailand. A court in that country convicted, then released them and seven others after they pleaded guilty to prostitution-related charges. A video of Vashukevich's detention in Moscow was published on Friday by Ren-TV, a pro-Kremlin channel with ties to the security services, that showed several men trying to force Vashukevich into a wheel chair near passport control and then eventually taking her away, escorted by a uniformed police officer. Russian police said in a statement that Vashukevich and Lesli, whose real name is an Alexander Kirillov, were now being detained on charges of enticement to prostitution. No charges had been previously announced and their arrest had not been expected and large crowd of journalists waiting for them at the airport’s arrivals area were surprised when they didn’t appear. Vashukevich first attracted international attention when Russia’s most prominent opposition activist, Alexey Navalny, her videos and photos of her with Deripaska in an investigation alleging Kremlin corruption in February 2018. The videos show Deripaska aboard a yacht off the coast of Norway with a top Kremlin official in August 2016, filmed by Vashukevich, who claimed in a book she wrote around the trip that she had been flown there with several other women and had sex with Deripaska. Navalny asserted the video was proof that Deripaska had effectively bribed the official, Sergey Prikhodko, then a Russian deputy prime minister, by flying him to the yacht. Deripaska, a metals magnate who is one of Russia’s richest men, responded by suing Navalny and Vashukevich, claiming they had illegally published personal photos. Prikhodko told the Russian independent newspaper, RBC that “such stuff should be answered man-to-man, but we will leave in within the bounds of the legal field." In Russia, attention has focused mostly on the corruption allegations, but what attracted global notice was Navalny’s speculation— made without evidence— that Deripaska and Prikhodko could have been discussing information provided by Paul Manafort about the 2016 elections. Emails first reported by The Washington Post, revealed that Manafort had allegedly offered “private briefings” to Deripaska on the U.S. election while he was overseeing Trump’s campaign that summer. Manafort, who has been convicted on multiple charges of fraud and money laundering as well as “conspiracy against the United States” as part of the Special Counsel investigation, denied at the time that any briefing ever took place. Deripaska sued Navalny and Vashukevich over the video alleging invasion of privacy, and a Russian court ordered them to pay roughly $8,000 each for posting information relating to his private life on the internet without his consent. After Deripaska won a court ruling, Russia’s state media watchdog at one point threatened to block YouTube and Instagram if the two sites did not remove the videos. Vashukevich later seized on the possible link between her videos of Deripaska and Prikhodko and the U.S. election after she and Kirillov were arrested in Thailand three weeks later while they were conducting what they described as a "sex training” seminar there. She claimed publicly to have hours more recordings that would reveal more about the U.S. election and Russia, and promised to provide the FBI with information if they would guarantee her refuge in the U.S. As the months passed though, she never revealed any new details and eventually told journalists that if she did have any materials, she would only give them to Deripaska. Many journalists concluded that she was likely hitching herself to the Russia investigation in the hope of escaping her legal predicament. Kirillov’s partner, Kristina Sheremetyeva, on Thursday told ABC News that FBI agents had visited Vashukevich in Thai prison and asked about the materials, but she had refused to hand anything over. In March, CNN cited a Thai official who said that FBI agents had tried but failed to meet with her. This week, a Thai court released Vashukevich and her seven co-defendants after they pleaded guilty to soliciting to provide sexual services. They were deported to Moscow, from where Vashukevich had hoped to fly on to her native Minsk. Kristina Sheremetyeva said Thursday that Russia’s charges against Vashukevich and Kirillov were unfounded, and said she had feared possible trouble when they arrived in Moscow, without elaborating further. Vashukevich and Kirillov had built a following as self-styled sex experts, holding seminars in Russia and abroad on seduction and promoting themselves as guides to sexual liberation on social media. Vashukevich's book chronicling her alleged affair with Deripaska is framed as a manual for how to seduce an oligarch. In it, she claims her mentor, Kirillov, had advised her to make recordings when she was with Deripaska. Vashukevich and Kirillov had been holding one of their seminars when they were arrested in the Thai resort of Pattaya. Initially they were charged with visa infractions, but the charges went through several changes, growing more severe, eventually becoming prostitution-related. Kirillov’s wife, Sheremetyeva denied that he and Vashukevich’s had ever had anything in common with prostitution and that their seminars never involved participants having sexual intercourse in them. The pair had continued to insist that the shifting charges showed powerful foreign forces were pressuring the Thai police into prosecuting them.]. Some of Vashukevich’s released co-defendants told reporters at the airport they considered the Thai charges against them to have been trumped up. In an August interview with The New York Times, Vashukevich seemed to suggest she wanted to reconcile with Deripaska, promising she would only handover the alleged recordings to him at a personal meeting. At the Moscow airport on Thursday, Kristina Sheremetyeva said she didn’t think Vashukevich had any recordings that she had once hinted to have. “Most likely, those files that interest them so much -- I don’t know what files they would have to be. There aren’t any such files,” Sheremetyeva told ABC News. “Nastya wrote a book about seducing men, she didn’t write there about corruption, or that she heard about some kind of secrets which could, I don’t know, impact the international community.”
  15. 25.01.2019 Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/22/europe/anastasia-vashukevich-released-russia-intl/index.html Belarusian model who offered to trade US election info is released from jail. Moscow (CNN)A Belarusian model who claimed to have insider knowledge of Russian attempts to meddle in the US elections has been freed from police custody in Moscow, state media reported. The model, Anastasia Vashukevich, was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport last Thursday on prostitution allegations after being deported from Thailand, where she had spent nearly a year behind bars for soliciting. She remains a suspect in a prostitution case, TASS reported. Vashukevich, along with seven others, pleaded guilty to charges of solicitation and conspiracy at a court in the Thai resort town of Pattaya, where they were arrested in February 2018 while running so-called sex training sessions. They were each sentenced to 18 months in jail but they were released to serve the remainder of their sentence on parole. Self-styled 'sex coach' who offered to trade info on US election unexpectedly pleads guilty The 28-year-old self-styled "sex expert," who also goes by Nastya Rybka on social media, made international headlines last year when she offered to swap secret audio recordings allegedly shedding light on President Donald Trump's links to Russia for asylum in the United States. Vashukevich claimed to have obtained the recordings during her affair with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, an ex-business associate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. She told CNN from the Thai detention center last March that she witnessed meetings in 2016 and 2017 between Deripaska and at least three unnamed Americans. Deripaska -- who denies any affair -- is a subject of political intrigue in US political circles, owing to his links with Manafort. Appearing in court on Saturday, Vashukevich apologized to Deripaska for hurting his reputation. Travel restrictions have been placed on Vashukevich so that she can attend future court hearings. Sex coach who claims to have US election dirt charged with prostitution Vashukevich had planned to return home to Belarus after arriving in Moscow last week. She and the seven others arrested with her were put on a commercial flight to Moscow from Bangkok on Thursday, Thai immigration chief Lt. General Surachate Hakparn said. The Belarus-born model was part of a group led by author and free sex advocate Alexander Kirillov. It is not known whether Russian officials are interested in speaking to Vashukevich or Kirillov, who told CNN in 2018 that after stumbling upon evidence of Russian government meddling in the 2016 US election, they were in danger of knowing too much. "They can kill me here or in Russia," Vashukevich said at the time, speaking through the bars of the Bangkok Immigration Detention Center.
  16. https://edition.cnn.com/2019/01/15/asia/anastasia-vashukevich-thailand-trial-intl/index.html Self-styled 'sex coach' who offered to trade info on US election unexpectedly pleads guilty. Pattaya, Thailand (CNN)The prostitution trial of a self-described "sex coach" who claims to have insider knowledge of Moscow's attempts to meddle in the US elections ended abruptly on Tuesday after she unexpectedly pleaded guilty. Belarus-born Anastasia Vashukevich and the seven other defendants in the trial admitted to three charges, including soliciting prostitution and "forming and being a member of a secret society." The trial had only begun in Thailand on Tuesday and was expected to last several days. The group had originally pleaded not guilty to the charges in August, local media reported. Vashukevich made headlines last year when she publicly asked the United States to help free her from a Thai detention center in exchange for information on alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Vashukevich, who goes by the name Nastya Rybka on her social media accounts, was part of a group -- led by author and free sex advocate Alexander Kirillov -- which was arrested last February in the Thai resort town of Pattaya while running so-called sex training sessions. Thai authorities accused the members of arranging paid sex for those who attended the sessions and charged Vashukevich, Kirillov and six other co-defendents with prostitution and criminal conspiracy in April. Wearing prison uniforms, all eight defendants appeared at the Pattaya court on Tuesday. Even as early as the morning of the trial, the eight defendants were proclaiming their innocence, but in the afternoon the group unexpectedly decided to change their plea. Because it was their first offense and due to their decision to plead guilty, Chief Judge Kasem Supasit sentenced the eight defendants to 18 months in jail. They had already spent nine months in prison, so the judge released the defendants to serve their sentences on parole. He also waived a fine of $3,135 (100,000 baht) due to time served. In July indictment papers, prosecutors had said that if found guilty, the group could face up to 10 years in prison. Col. Apichai Krobpetch, chief of the Pattaya Police, previously told CNN that Vashukevich had been charged after an individual came forward with evidence against her and other members of the group. Claims of insider knowledge Vashukevich claims to be the former mistress of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, an ex-business associate of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Jailed Russian 'sex coaches' offer to trade election info for US asylum She told CNN from the detention center last March that she witnessed several meetings in 2016 and 2017 between Deripaska and at least three unnamed Americans. She refused to name them but said she had photographs of one of the Americans and more than an hour of audio recordings. Vashukevich and Kirillov told CNN they were afraid to reveal potentially compromising information in the event they are deported to Russia, where they are believed to have been previously based. Deripaska -- who denies any affair -- is a subject of political intrigue in US political circles, owing to his links with Manafort. The aluminum baron has close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and was recently included on a US Treasury Department list of Russian government officials and 96 oligarchs with a net worth of $1 billion or more. Anastasia Vashukevich, center, and Alexander Kirillov, left, arrive at the immigration detention center in Bangkok on February 28. When he was confronted by CNN in 2017, Deripaska called allegations that he may have been a back channel from the Kremlin to the Trump campaign "fake news." Regarding his alleged relationship with Vashukevich, a representative for Deripaska told CNN last March: "This is clearly an attempt by Anastasia Vashukevich (aka Nastya Rybka) to politicize the accusations of the Thai police. There have been endless fictitious stories told by her, all serving to distract the public from real violations, including very serious breaches of law of many countries."
  17. 17.04.2018 Sex worker who claims dirt on Russian oligarch appears in court.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/russian-sex-guru-anastasia-vashukevich-vladimir-putin-oleg-deripaska-thailand/ PATTAYA, Thailand -- A Russian sex guru and his followers, one of whom claims to have evidence of Moscow's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, emerged briefly on Tuesday for a Thai court hearing after being held virtually incommunicado in an immigration jail. The group's leader, Alexander Kirillov, and the woman making the election claims, Anastasia Vashukevich, were among about half a dozen people taken to a court in the resort town of Pattaya, where they were arrested Feb. 25 while holding a sex training course. Unashamed sexual activity is business as usual for Pattaya, which is infamous for its sordid nightlife, but the allegations by Vashukevich, who uses the name Nastya Rybka on her racy social media postings, have drawn worldwide attention. She says she provided "escort" services to Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch close to President Vladimir Putin, and claims to have audio recordings of him that provide evidence of meddling in the U.S. polls. Tuesday's court calendar said they were there for testimony over the charge that they conducted the course without a work permit. The session was closed and it was unclear if they had legal representation. Foreigners found working without a work permit can face fines of up to 100,000 baht ($3,200) and imprisonment for up to five years. An Instagram post by Belarusian national Anastasia Vashukevich, who uses the name Nastya Rybka online, shows her in Thailand.INSTAGRAM Police last week added additional charges against them of soliciting, which carries a maximum prison term of 10 years, and conspiracy, with up to seven years. Kirillov, also known as Alex Lesley, and Vashukevich managed to smuggle out a letter after they were arrested which was delivered by a friend to the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, asking for asylum and saying they had important information about the U.S. election. They also said they feared for their personal safety, especially if deported to Russia. Vashukevich repeated her claims in comments to reporters before Thai authorities cut off media access to her in the immigration detention center in Bangkok where the group is being held. The two were able to briefly shout back answers to reporters' questions as they arrived Tuesday at the court in Pattaya. Asked what he wished to tell the U.S., Kirillov responded in English: "Help us. Help us any way because we don't know what is happening." Detained Russian Alexander Kirillov, a self-styled sex guru, arrives at a holding cell to face trial at a court in Pattaya on April 17, 2018, following a police raid on a sex training course.GETTY Vashukevich, who has complained about the legal process, made reference to the latest charges. "Because they close first case and open new one. For nothing. No evidence. Nothing," she said in English. The group was arrested during one of its fully clothed "lessons" in a hotel meeting room which was attended by about 40 Russian tourists, many wearing T-shirts saying "Sex animator" in English with an arrow pointing to the wearer's crotch. Vashukevich, who carries a passport from Belarus, became the center of a public scandal in early February when Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny published an investigation drawing on her social media posts suggesting corrupt links between billionaire Deripaska and a top Kremlin official, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko. The report featured video from Deripaska's yacht in 2016, when Vashukevich claims she was having an affair with him and allegedly recorded him talking about Russian interference in U.S. politics. Deripaska has been linked to Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign manager who has been indicted on money laundering charges in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
  18. 01.03.2018 Model, "sex guru" claim Trump-Russia dirt in bid for freedom

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/anastasia-vashukevich-model-sex-guru-claims-donald-trump-russia-links-thailand/# PATTAYA, Thailand -- A Belarusian woman jailed in Thailand for offering sex lessons without a work permit says she has a story to tell involving the Kremlin, Russian billionaires and even the president of the United States. Anastasia Vashukevich, whose extraordinary claims and racy selfies have propelled her to internet fame in recent weeks, told The Associated Press from a police van Wednesday that she fears for her life, and wants to exchange information on alleged Russian ties to Donald Trump's campaign for her own personal safety. But she refused for now to offer any such evidence, and it's not clear if she has any. Vashukevich's story offers a glimpse into the shady world of Russian oligarchs. Mr. Trump's onetime campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, also had ties to that world through his consulting work for one of those oligarchs. Manafort has been indicted on money-laundering charges related to his overseas consulting work by special counsel Robert Mueller. But Mueller has offered no evidence that Manafort linked his Russian contacts to Mr. Trump's campaign or helped Russia meddle in the 2016 U.S. election. That has not stopped Vashukevich from claiming she has such evidence as she faces possible deportation.
  19. Rachel Maddow updates the story of Anastasia Vashukevich, who was released from detention in Russia but did not attend a scheduled press conference due to illness.
  20. 23.01.2019 Belarusian model caught up in 2016 intrigue released by Russia

    Rachel Maddow updates the story of Anastasia Vashukevich who left a Thai prison only to be arrested in Moscow facing new charges, with news that she has been released from detention. Details are expected in a press conference Friday.
  21. 22.01.2019 Model with 2016 secret fights to escape Russia, Deripaska's reach

    http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/model-with-2016-secret-fights-to-escape-russia-deripaska-s-reach-1429664835810 Rachel Maddow revisits the story of Belarusian model Anastasia Vashukevich, whose apparently accidental exposure of oligarch Oleg Deripaska's role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has been met with legal pressure and personal peril as questions linger about the existence of further evidence.
  22. 18.01.2019 'Sex trainer' who exposed Deripaska in video arrested in Russia

    http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/-sex-trainer-who-exposed-deripaska-in-video-arrested-in-russia-1428086851933 Rachel Maddow updates the story of Belarusian model Anastasia Vashukevich, whose fortunes as a sex trainer took a dramatic turn when she shared a video that may have contained evidence of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska's interest in the 2016 U.S. election. After being release from a Thai prison and deported, she was promptly arrested in Russia while en route to Belarus.
  23. 01.03.2018 Is this woman the ‘missing link’ in the Russia investigation?

    http://www.msnbc.com/katy-tur/watch/is-this-woman-the-missing-link-in-the-russia-investigation-1178372163762 While you weren't Looking: The New York Times reports that a Belarusian escort named Anastasia Vashukevich claims to have more than 16 hours of audio recordings that show Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael Mcfaul joins Katy to discuss.з
  24. «Дневник по соблазнению миллиардера или клон для олигарха.» Настя, фанатка Алекса после прохождения мастерского тренинга по соблазнению летит в Норвегию на рыбалку к каким то странным людям, имена которых тщательно скрывали, нельзя снимать на камеру ничего даже яхту, не говоря уже о людях. Оттуда она ведет трансляции и играет с владельцем яхты, нарушает все его правила и соблазняет его. Что бы общаться при олигархе со своим тренером для конспирации в телефоне она переименовывает Лесли в «Мама». Настя Рыбка общается с Алексом по вотсапу пересылает ему все свои разговоры и получает подробные инструкции и корректировки своих действий онлайн. Алекс дает задания Насте, которые она выполняет на миллиардере, сносит ему крышу и устраивает на яхте показательное шоу «на что способна Охотница». Чуть позже после возвращения Насти из поездки Алекс Лесли выясняет, что она встречалась с миллиардером, который был на крайне секретной встрече с неким «папой» - гуру российской внешней политики и третьим человеком в Кремле. Алекс понимает, что они с Настей могут находиться в опасности из-за того, каким свидетелем уже была Настя на яхте и информации, которая есть в их телефонах. Алекс понимает, что в какой то момент их обоих могут зачистить, так как данные об их общении с Настей точно остались в логах системы безопасности раздающей вайфай на яхте миллиардера. Алекс берет консультацию у своего знакомого специализирующегося на безопасности, который говорит им что тот факт, что они оба были свидетелями той секретной встречи на яхте уже точно кто то знает. И рано или поздно все равно это всплывет. Лучший вариант защиты в таком случае будет ничего не скрывать. Алекс летит в Европу, где встречается с Настей и предлагает ей продолжить игру с миллиардером исполняя «классические ходы по соблазнению» которым она уже научилась на тренинге. Это написание книги о том, как она соблазнила олигарха. Описать в книге все как было, издать ее и подарить олигарху. С одной стороны - это вскроем ему ее игру с ним, с другой стороны покажет его службе безопасности, что Настя действует в открытую и просто ее прибить не будет выходом, так как материал стал публичным. Такой ход - это и безопасность Насти и одновременно продолжение ее игры с миллиардером в открытую. Имена и страны в книге были изменены для конспирации. Цели светить олигарха на тот момент не было. Настя хочет продолжать соблазнять его, она влюблена в него и ей хорошо с ним. В Швейцарии Алекс вместе с Настей, отключив для безопасности всю связь с внешним миром, создают книгу « Дневник по соблазнению миллиардера», когда книга была готова Алекс связывается с ЭКСМО - известным издательством с которым сотрудничает сам и в котором вот уже десять лет публикует свои книги. Важнейшим условием было сделать единственным автором Настю Рыбку. Но такое известное издательство не берет никому не известных «авторов с порога». Алекс ручается за Настю перед издательством. Он рассказывает, что написал крутую книгу про соблазнение своей ученицей миллиардера. Отправляет в издательство рукопись и настаивает, что единственным автором должна стоять Настя Рыбка. Со своей стороны он гарантирует ее пиар и раскрутку. ЭКСМО выносит условие, что на обложке будет указано хотя бы «Алекс Лесли рекомендует» так как «девочку никто не знает, и книгу могут не купить». ЭКСМО недоумевает почему Алекс не хочет быть соавтором. - Книга - ход в игре, Настин будущий подарок ее мужчине. Тому самому миллиардеру и потом будет продолжение - заверяет Алекс ЭКСМО. - Поэтому неуместно, чтобы в соавторах стоял какой-то другой мужчина, так как миллиардер ревнив и не поймет этого. Книга выходит Алекс Лесли с его командой прикладывают максимальные усилия по пиару книги, так, чтобы до миллиардера эта новость дошла сама по себе. А Настя уже на следующей встрече смогла бы ему подарить книгу. Их следующая встреча происходить в тот момент, когда книга еще не вышла в бумажном экземпляре, поэтому Настя решает «рвать ему крышу» тем, что дарит миллиардеру книгу Алекса Лесли «Жизнь без трусов», которая оформлена в формате «Практикум по физике» в суперобложке. Она преподносит ему книгу как учебник по физике. Сперва миллиардер говорит, что что-то подобное он уже читал, так как сам он физик, но когда открывает – понимает, что эта книга про соблазнение. Настя сообщает ему, что она на нем отрабатывает фишки по соблазнению, которые описаны в этой книге. Но он отмахивается от книги и говорит, что «это ему не нужно уже в его возрасте». Настя записывает все что происходит на встрече на диктофон и отправляет это Лесли, чтобы похвастаться перед ним. Алекс инструктирует Настю, которая каждое следующее задание подробно записывает себе в дневник, изучая реакции миллиардера. Специально для игры Насти с олигархом Алекс создает чат из 30 своих самых лучших Мастеров, который называет «креативная группа», там все вместе они живо обсуждают ходы, которые может предпринять Настя для соблазнения миллиардера. Они создают около 35 ходов для Насти, и она каждое из них немного видоизменяя под себя и ситуацию выполняет на миллиардере. Игра ее завлекает и затягивает, затягивает и миллиардера. Ему необычно видеть такое интересное и креативное поведение у девушки, он на это подсаживается. Вторая встреча с миллиардером описывается в книге, которую в силу различных причин решили не издавать. Третья встреча Насти Рыбки с миллиардером происходит в Европе. Где происходит веселая история, которую Алекс с Настей описывают в книге Евротрэш. В ней происходит глум высочайшей степени над всем. (История создания книги «Евротрэш» описана в соответствующем разделе форума.) В 2017 году Настя Рыбка принимает решение засветить всю историю, как ответный ход Олигарху (ревность Насти к одной из пассий миллиардера). Она выпускает в сеть видео ролик - микс из всех видео, которые она сняла за все это время находясь рядом с ним. Основная линия ее игры с олигархом базировалась на том, что она якобы не знает кто он такой. Она думает, что он обычный мужчина, который косит под очень богатого. Настя считая что у него «боязнь камеры и селфибоязнь» лечит его постоянной съемкой и селфи с ним. Миллиардер поддерживал эту игру, он постоянно забавно «уворачивался» от камеры, и убегал от Насти. В 2018 году Алексей Навальный использовав материалы книги и видео ролики которые Настя публиковала в своем Инстаграмм создал публичное расследование. В котором показал всю историю в видоизмененном виде. Назвав Настю проституткой и в негативном свете расписав отношения Насти и миллиардера. Гвоздем расследования был факт присутствия на яхте высокопоставленного чиновника из Кремля, который является серым кардиналом российской власти и гуру внешней политики России, и кусочек фразы из шуточного общения Насти, миллиардера, и этого чиновника об отношениях с Америкой. Алексей Навальный подчеркнул, что миллиардер сейчас находится под подозрением в связи с начальником предвыборного штаба Трампа в 2016 году. От чего миллиардер открещивался, и говорил, что никак с политикой не связан. Навальный подчеркивает в расследовании, что миллиардер встречается с гуру внешней политики России на яхте именно в тот месяц, когда по данным американского обвинения глава предвыборного штаба Трампа предлагает ему секретную информацию о ходе предвыборной компании Трампа. И Навальный предполагает, что эта тайная встреча в Норвегии на яхте с человеком определяющим стратегию внешней политики России была с целью передачи Кремлю секретной информации от главы предвыборной компании Трампа. Далее начинается история, описанная в новой книге Алекса Лесли «Go to fish» - международная охота на рыбку в которой засвечены службы разведок трех стран, 6 генералов, русских спецслужб, истерика у интернациональной прессы и заголовки американских и национальных СМИ, сенсация на американском телевидении и хайп на всю планету, тюрьмы, агенты, аресты в Таиланде и России, фабрикации уголовных дел, и грандиозный гео-политический скандал, который Кремль и Белый дом тушили всеми способами включая заказные интервью у блоггера Амирана и Ксении Собчак, и неявным приказом с самого высшего уровня российскому телевидению и издательствам. Алекс Лесли и Настя Рыбка по сей день являются персонами «про которых нельзя говорить». В результате этого глобального гео-политического секс скандала произошли сдвиги в правительстве России. Миллиардер попал под личные санкции США, потеряв 7 миллиардов долларов. Произошла миграция капитала из США в Россию инициированная претендентом незаконных личных санкций США и разорением одного из самых непотопляемых олигархов России. После такой наглости США, все топовые Российские олигархи начали выводить все свои активы из юрисдикции США в российскую офшорную зону, специально созданную по указу президента для спасения русского бизнеса от санкций. Книга «Дневник по соблазнению миллиардера» указом свыше запрещена к публикации. Официальный ответ ЭКСМО – «на книгу нет спроса». Ксюша Собчак в своем шоу призналась, что она для подготовки к передаче выкупила обе книги Алекса и Насти за 10 000 рублей (по 5000 рублей каждая). Книга «Дневник по соблазнению миллиардера» стала библиографической редкостью. Настя Рыбка под угрозами ФСБ не создавать больше никаких проектов совместно с Алексом Лесли (это было одним из условий и рекомендаций перед выходом Насти на свободу в России, после незаконного похищения ее сотрудниками ФСБ из транзитной зоны Шереметьево при депортации из Таиланда в Белоруссию) прекращает работать с ним. Настя превращается из последователя и адепта школы Алекса Лесли в его открытого публичного хейтера и антогониста. Она призывает нарушать и не следовать принципам «Кодекса Мастера и Охотницы», и всячески пытается изобличить Алекса, его тренинги и методики по которым она так старательно училась, которым следовала во время соблазнения олигарха и становления себя как известной личности. Она крайне не рекомендует своим последователям следовать советам и методикам школы Лесли. И распространяет фото-видео, компрометирующие Алекса. Людей до сих пор интересуют подробности скандала Насти Рыбки, Алекса Лесли и миллиардера, они часто задают вопросы в прямых эфирах Насте в инстаграм и она открыто негативно высказывается в сторону своего бывшего тренера и наставника. В мае 2019 года она публично высказалась о том, что выходит из состава соавторов книги «Go to fish». Она публично обвинила Алекса Лесли в отказе передать ей авторские права на книгу «Дневник по соблазнению миллиардера», которые Алекс якобы отказался ей передать предложив ей личную встречу для обсуждения условий передачи прав. Настя в свою очередь исключила возможность личной встречи с Алексом и какого-либо сотрудничества с ним. Настя Рыбка в данный момент ведет творческую музыкальную деятельность, записывает песни и создает свой дебютный альбом. Она ведет успешную тренерскую деятельность, открыла свою школу соблазнения, снимается у известных мировых фотографов для люксовой рекламы. Путешествует по миру, живет в пятизвездочных отелях, получает в подарки автомобили люкс класса от ее новых фанатов. И наслаждается жизнью звезды, которую знает вся планета. Записывайся на тренинг Охота и читай книгу «Охота на самца»
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