Olya was forced to apologise on a Telegram channel (Picture: East2West News)
Olya was forced to apologise on a Telegram channel (Picture: East2West News)

A Ukrainian OnlyFans model has been forced to apologise for ‘insulting’ Russians and Putin’s armed forces.

Olya Kasyanenko, 27, claimed Ukrainian women are more beautiful than Russian women in a video posted online, but is now facing a police probe.

In one video, she said Novorossiya – as Putin and his army call invaded regions of eastern Ukraine –  ‘sucks’ and suggested Russians were ‘freaks’.

Olya, who is originally from Makiivka in eastern Ukraine, now lives in Russian city Krasnodar.

She said: ‘There are Ukrainians in Donetsk. You don’t understand, Ukrainians are the prettiest people. Ukrainian women are the most beautiful in the whole world.

‘There were different bloods mixing here, and there was no such thing [in Russia]. That’s why such freaks came to be.’

She said her comments were clearly sarcastic (Picture: East2West News)
She said her comments were clearly sarcastic (Picture: East2West News)

Kasyanenko has been accused of ‘inciting ethnic hatred’ as well as insulting Russians and the armed forces.

Pro-Kremlin news outlet Mash claimed: ‘Several years ago she moved to Krasnodar and became a great specialist in eugenics.

‘She believes that Ukrainians are a super nation, but Russians are not.  Even during broadcasts, she demonstrates great knowledge of history and national Ukrainian folklore.

‘The Krasnodar police did not appreciate such rhetoric – now they are carefully studying her video.’

The model initially said she was being ‘sarcastic’ in her comments, seemed surprised people didn’t realise this.

But later she was forced by Telegram channel Crimean Smersh – run by pro-war fanatic Alexander Talipov – to issue a humbling apology.

She has thousands of followers on Twitch, Instagram and OnlyFans (Picture: East2West News)
She has thousands of followers on Twitch, Instagram and OnlyFans (Picture: East2West News)

This channel shares personal data of people not supporting Putin’s illegal invasion.

She said: ‘I, Olya Kasyanenko, born on 15 March 1997, offer my sincere apology to the citizens of the Russian Federation for discrediting the armed forces on the Internet and also demonstrating extremist symbols.’

She was reportedly fined £780 and is still facing investigation from police.

One local pro-Putin television station accused her of ‘hatred of everything connected with our country’.

She said she would refuse to help a pro-Putin rebel soldier in the Donbas ‘without legs or arms, even if they begged for assistance’.



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