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Bulgaria’s controversial boxing champion is facing a sex scandal after a video of her was published by the website Vkontakte.com, which is own바카라 게임ed by the Russian state media.
In the video, which was posted online Monday, Poulina Putevova talks to a journalist as she walks to a table carrying a large plate.
On screen, the journalist, who goes by “Masha,” is wearing shorts and a top. The camera pulls down to reveal the figure of the 38-year-old boxer wearing only a light gray tank top.
T밤 의 전쟁he news site claims that after an online discussion about a photograph that had surfaced on Facebook on June 14, Vkontakte had begun investigating her for violations of the country’s penal code.
“Poulina Putevova got involved in a sex scandal for which she was arrested on Sunday,” read a statement from Vkontakte. “Since the incident broke off with the police, her profile appeared on the website Vkontakte of the most popular website in Bulgaria.”
Vkontakte is part of the Russian state news and propaganda outlet RT.
Bulgaria has been known to take measures against politicians for their political behavior, including banning public employees, suspending a lawmaker and imposing jail terms on public servants or journalists.
Masha posted the video of her in front of a newspaper, saying she had just been stripped and forced to wear a tank top under the protection of police.
The video, which was widely circulated in social networks, has caused a stir in a country where many believe political opponents should be punished for crimes they commit on public property.
Pulina Putevova is one of 16 candidates vying for president in Russia’s August 2018 elections, held this October and whose term ends in 2019. She is considered to have a good chance화천안마 of being elected.
If elected, Putevova would replace Aleksey Navalny who ran in Russia’s 2013 presidential election. She would also assume charge of the main opposition party.
Last month, Putevova was sentenced to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay a fine of up to 4 billion roubles ($19 million) after she was convicted of fraud.
A month after the ruling, her supporters started protesting outside the prison in central Sofia, outside where she has already been held under house arrest since her arrest.