The Russian model was recently arrested in Thailand and may be reaching for the United States help to avoid extradition back to Moscow.
Anastasia Vashukevich, who also goes by the name Nastya Rybka, was arrested and is being held in Thailand after being arrested on February 26. She was charged along with nine other Russians, in the city of Pattaya for operating purported “sex training” classes.
Rybka says she is from Belarus and entered Thailand on a Russian passport,
Now, the self-proclaimed “seductress guru” is making claims that she has the real connection between Russia and Donald Trump. The social media queen wants to use that yet to be proven information as leverage for U.S. help in getting her out of the Thailand prison.
The video shows that she indeed has deep connections with some powerful Russians with ties to the Russian government.
While on the way to prison in Pattaya, Rybka published a video on her Instagram account begging US journalists to help her.
“I’m ready to give you all the missing puzzle pieces, support them with videos and audios, regarding the connections of our respected lawmakers with Trump, Manafort and the rest. I know a lot. I’m waiting for your offers and I’m waiting for you in a Thai prison,” she said.
Rybka has come under the spotlight in recent weeks after the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny published an investigation earlier this month on his anti-corruption foundation website into her connections with some of Russia’s richest and most powerful men.
Rybka has described herself as a seductress and has published a “diary” on “how to seduce a billionaire.” In the investigation, Navalny published video from Rybka’s Instagram account showing an August 2016 yacht trip with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska and Deputy Prime Minister Sergey Prikhodko.
One of the sources in the video was once one of Paul Manafort’s employers that the Mueller probe is stating is a direct connection to possible collusion.
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