Convicted for pedophilia, the director of 'Yeralash' went to war in Ukraine to 'respond to Russian scum'
Ilya Belostotsky, the director of the Russian program "Yeralash," who was convicted of child molestation two years ago, signed a contract with the Russian army and went to fight against Ukrainians. The 50-year-old creator of a children's humor program said that "if no one needs me in the director's chair, I will be useful in the trenches."
The convicted individual went to engage in hostilities not for "patriotic" reasons, but to "pay back the bastards who put him behind bars." Bialystocki's sister disclosed this information to the Russian media, and the Putin supporter himself announced it on social media, requesting "prayers."
According to the newly minted occupier's relatives, in October of this year, the former director went for training and then to the front, and since then, he has rarely been in touch.
The star's fans, who do not see anything reprehensible in the fact that he molested a 13-year-old schoolboy and kept nude videos of people under the age of 18, supported their idol, for which he thanked them and spoke about the motives for his actions.
"I want my mother and my family to be proud of me again. I want to respond to the bastards who put me behind bars not with words, but with deeds, with actions. And to those vultures who have thrown mud on my name and trampled on the honor of my family. I want to show the state that it wrote me off in vain, and the ordinary people who live in it that they cursed me in vain. If no one needs me in the director's chair, maybe they will need me at least in the trench," the Russian said.
The director, who decided to atone for his pedophilia through terrorism, said that out of "desperation, he committed hara-kiri" in this way.
As a reminder, the court sentenced Belostotsky to 14 years in prison in a strict regime penal colony for abusing a 13-year-old actor. According to the investigation, the teenager was in a helpless state. The sentence was later reduced to 6.5 years, and the charges were reclassified. However, the convict did not admit his guilt and until the end assured his innocence.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the Russian actor-occupier from "The Dressmakers" was humiliated on Malakhov's show. The Putinist came to "shine with patriotism" in Moscow, but this was not appreciated, so the terrorist sent the employees of Russia 1 to the curb.