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Moscow, Washington DC, Thailand, what’s the link? Russian escort and porn queen, Nastya Rybka, ready to spill information on ‘Trump and Russian interference’ to get out of a Thai jail 

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Russian courtesan and porn star Anastasia Vashukevich, aka Nastya Rybka, says she will spill information on Trump and Russia to get out of a Thai jail
Nastya Rybka in a Youtube video, revealed an important behind-the-scenes meeting between billionaire, Oleg Deripaska, and Russian Dep PM Sergey Prikhodko
Alledgedly the mistress of the oligarch, Rybka an escort originally from Belarus gained fame after filming a yacht trip with Russian aluminium oligarch Deripaska meeting with  Deputy Prime Minister  Prikhodko,
She was detained in Thailand over the weekend in a police raid on her “sex training” seminar
From her jail cell in Thailand, she posted Instagram videos Tuesday, asking U.S. journalists and intelligence agencies to help her
Rybka claims she has new information to offer related to the investigation into Russian election interference in the last U.S. presidential elections
President Trump’s embattled former campaign manager Paul Manafort extensively employed the services of Nastya Rybka’s boyfriend, Oleg Deripaska in the past
Nastya Rybka 15.jpgRussian ‘model’  and adult entertainer, Nastya Rybka – ‘I am ready to spill on how Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential elections’ 

A self-described sex expert whose videos highlighted the ties between one of Russia’s richest men and the Kremlin has been jailed in Thailand and is calling for U.S. help, claiming she has information about links between Russia and President Donald Trump. Her infamous dalliance with Russian aluminum tycoon Oleg Deripaska forced the oligarch to step down as president of his corporation RUSAL. He has since been replaced by former General Director of RUSAL, Vladislav Soloviov.

Nastya Rybka 1.jpgNastya Rybka, an escort who was dating Russian oligarch, Oleg Deripaska [inset] allegedly revealed an important behind-the-scenes meeting between Deripaska and Deputy prime Minister, Sergey Prikhodko
Nastya Rybka 12.pngRussian escort Anastasia Vashukevich, also known as Nasty Rybka, [photo], catapulted to  fame after filming a yacht trip with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska and Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko

Anastasia Vashukevich, an escort-service worker from Belarus who catapulted to a certain measure of fame after filming a yacht trip with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska and Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko, was detained in Thailand over the weekend in a police raid on her “sex training” seminar.
While still in custody on Tuesday, she published Instagram videos asking U.S. journalists and intelligence agencies to help her.
Deripaska, with whom Vashukevich said she had an affair, used to employ former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. But Vashukevich, better known by the alias Nastya Rybka, provided no evidence on Tuesday to back up the claim that she had new information to offer related to the investigation into Russian election interference.

Nastya Rybka 14.pngNastya Rybka allegedly sitting in a jail cell in Thailand has promised to dish on the L’Afair du Trump to the U.S. Russiagate probe
Nastya Rybka 13.jpegThailand authorities said they would deport and “blacklist” the group of 10 Russians who organised sexual training courses in the seaside resort city of Pattaya. Nastya Rybka [center], organized the ‘sex training’

A post to her Instagram account showed her sitting on the floor of what was described as a Thai jail and said she was sick.
“I am the only witness and the missing link in the connection between Russia and the U.S. elections — the long chain of Oleg Deripaska, Prikhodko, Manafort, and Trump,” Vashukevich said in a live Instagram video Tuesday, apparently shot as she was driven in an open-air police van through the Thai resort city of Pattaya. “In exchange for help from U.S. intelligence services and a guarantee of my safety, I am prepared to provide the necessary information to America or to Europe or to the country which can buy me out of Thai prison.”
Vashukevich using social media has already torpedoed the trajectory of once powerful men.

Oleg Deripaska and Sergey Prikhodko, Dep. Prime Minister 1Oleg Deripaska and Dep. Prime Minister Sergey Prikhodko, were filmed conferring aboard the oligarch’s yacht in August 2016. 

Nastya Rybka and Oleg Dipriska 7Nastya Rybka filmed her time with Oleg Deripaska and Sergey Prikhodko, aboard the oligarch’s yacht in August 2016. 

In early February, a Russian based Anti-Corruption Foundation published a new investigation, and launched an investigation into the entanglement of high powered friendships, business and politics, all of which are intertwined in the Russian state’s influencing operations. The investigation was instigated by the Instagram account of Nastya Rybka, who witnessed a meeting between a deputy prime minister, Sergey Prikhodko, and oligarch Oleg Deripaska. The meeting took place on the billionaire’s yacht in August 2016.

Alex Navalny 1.png Russian opposition politician Alex Navalny [photo], pushed the outcome of Rybkagate that led to the disgrace and ouster of billionaire power broker Oleg Deripaska

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny made Vashukevich famous last month after he broadcast old footage from her Instagram account showing an August 2016 yacht trip with Deripaska and Prikhodko.
In his analysis,Russian politician, Alexey Navalny, alleges that based on a string of events between Washington DC and Deripaska’s yacht, a possible purpose of that meeting was to discuss bribing members of Donald Trump’s campaign and secure Russian influence on American public opinion shortly before the US presidential elections.
Significantly, Deripaska was once a client of Paul Manafort, the K-Street operator who at some point became Trumps’ campaign manager, while Prikhodko, who has a relatively low profile, runs the Kremlin’s “foreign portfolio”.
Navalny used the footage to allege that Deripaska, a metals mogul, had bribed Prikhodko, one of Russia’s most influential government officials, with the luxury getaway accompanied by women from an escort service.Navalny also speculated that Deripaska and Prikhodko may have served as a link between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign in 2016, though Vashukevich’s videos offered no proof.
The Washington Post reported last years that last year, that Manafort who once worked for Deripaska, directed an associate to offer Deripaska “private briefings” about Trump’s presidential campaign. A Deripaska spokeswoman said he was never offered such briefings.
Prikhodko has described Navalny a “political loser” whose investigation combined “the possible and the impossible.”

Deripaska said Navalny’s “allegations have nothing to do with reality” and sued Vashukevich for violating his privacy. A court ordered Instagram to remove some of Vashukevich’s posts.
According to her Instagram account, Vashukevich was in Dubai when Navalny’s video came out and then travelled to the Thai beach resort Pattaya.
On Sunday Thai police raided a sex seminar for Russian tourists in which Vashukevich was taking part. Attendees paid more than $600 each for a five-day course, Russian media said. Russian embassy consul Vladimir Sosnov said Vashukevich and several others had been detained for being part of an “illegal training session” and that she and her companions would be put on trial and deported.

Sergey Prikhodko, Dep. Prime Minister 1.pngDep. Prime Minister Sergey Prikhodko, as seen on the boat in Aug 2016 [left]

After Navalny posted his inquisition, the Russian state responded with their own version of events in less than a day after the Navalny’s video analysis was posted on YouTube. Roskomnadzor [The official Russian media watchdog], requested every outlet that published articles relating to the story to remove images and videos from their websites on the pretext of protecting privacy. On the evening of that same day, Roskomnadzor announced that all online information relating to Navalny’s investigation had been included in Russia’s Unified Register of banned websites. Roskomnadzor didn’t only include videos and pictures from Rybka’s Instagram and in the press, but even Navalny’s website in its entirety. On 15 February, Internet providers across Russia started to block Navalny.com.
All this was done on the basis of a court ruling establishing “interim measures” pending a proper ruling.

 

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