Odesa's Barbie is in the crosshairs of Russian prosecutors: what she says about the war and how she looked before the operations. Photo
Ukrainian millionaire blogger Valeria Lukyanova, who is known online as Odesa's Barbie because of her resemblance to a doll, has been subjected to an investigation by the Russian prosecutor's office. Interestingly, the Odesa resident has not posted a photo from Russia for many months, so Lukyanova's followers were sure that she had severed ties with the terrorist country.
However, according to the leader of the Safe Internet League, Ekaterina Mizulina, it was the Russians who complained about Barbie's activities. It is about Lukyanova's alleged treatment methodology (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"The General Prosecutor's Office has instructed the Moscow City Prosecutor's Office to check the activities of the Odesa-based 'Barbie' - blogger Valeria Lukyanova. This follows from the response to our address. Let me remind you that the blogger proclaimed herself the 'goddess Amatue' and 'cures' people with turpentine and mercury," the official statement reads.
It is worth noting that on social media, the Odesa woman advertises her weight loss marathon, teaches how to stay young, "cleanse" the body and shares her personal thoughts. It is noteworthy that these posts do not address the topic of the war in Ukraine.
According to social media, the celebrity met the full-scale invasion in Moscow, but did not want to stay in the terrorist country. After travelling around the world, the Ukrainian decided to stay in the Mexican resort city of Cancun, which she calls "paradise".
Lukyanova has no public political position. Her page contains archive photos from Odesa, but in 2022 she posted a "humorous" video in which she mocked sanctions against Russia. The video was later removed.
The Odesa Barbie, who calls herself in her posts capable of going against the crowd, does not dare to lose followers from either country. She earns money by selling seminars and marathons to her followers. As you can tell from Mizulina's words, there are Russians among her clients.
She also regularly attracts the attention of her subscribers, who have already gathered about 2 million, with her photos before her transformation. In particular, before she had a breast and nose job and lost weight.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that choreographer Vlad Yama, who fled Ukraine after the full-scale invasion of the Russian occupiers, boasted of a document from the Armed Forces. Read about his current whereabouts here.