A Ukrainian model who is set to be deported from Dubai for controversially posing nude on a balcony is hitting back at the person who organized the stunt. She made the critique in audio and text messages to her boyfriend before she and her fellow models were detained by authorities in the United Arab Emirates. The Ukrainian model said in the messages that she though posing nude publicly in a place like Dubai would only lead to trouble.
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SIX Ukrainian models have been grilled by cops in Turkey after they pulled a nude stunt to copycat the notorious "Butt Squad" in Dubai. Another model who was involved in the Dubai debacle said the group had travelled to Turkey specifically for such a stunt - and she had been invited to join them but did not. A video highlighted by the Turkish media shows the scandalous scene which included two so far unidentified men and either fully or semi-naked women. One model Ruslana Kovkova, 21, was named by the Turkish media as being on the boat but she later deleted her pictures. Two other Ukrainian models present were Veronika Kurgan, 21, and Diana Pogorelaya, 20, and another was named Snezhana.
By Will Stewart for MailOnline. The wealthy American behind the scandalous naked Dubai photoshoot could be jailed for up to 18 months in the UAE. And the models in the shoot, from Ukraine , are still in detention waiting to be deported, say reports in Kiev. Vitaliy Grechin, 41, is believed to be in custody despite earlier reports that he had left the United Arab Emirates, according to Segodnya newspaper. The Kiev-based US passport holder could face one a half years in jail, said the outlet citing its own sources. Meanwhile his luxury apartment in the Ukrainian capital was searched by law enforcement on suspicion that it was used as a porn studio, reported TSN.
Viral footage shows more than a dozen bare women posing for snaps in broad daylight on a balcony of an apartment in the city's upscale Marina neighbourhood. Authorities in Dubai have now confirmed those involved will be deported after the incident prompted a crackdown in the Gulf Arab sheikhdom. At least 11 Ukrainian women along with a male Russian photographer were detained by cops on charges of public debauchery and producing pornography. The images and clips of the women tore rapidly through social media following the stunt on Saturday - sending shockwaves through the emirate where a legal code based on Islamic law, or Shariah, has landed foreigners in jail for tamer offences. After speedy investigation, Dubai's Attorney General Essam Issa al-Humaidan announced that those behind the photo shoot would be sent back to their countries, without elaborating further. The public prosecutor ordered the deportation of the accused for their behavior contrary to public morals, al-Humaidan said, adding that the group of women had been charged with violating the country's public decency law. Dubai is a top destination for the worlds Instagram influencers and models, who fill their social media feeds with slick bikini-clad selfies from the coastal emirates luxury hotels and artificial islands. But the city's brand as a glitzy foreign tourist destination has at times provoked controversy and collided with the sheikhdoms strict rules governing public behavior and expression.