Putin’s dictator pal Lukashenko ‘deployed OnlyFans pornstar to spy for his KGB secret service on pro-democracy enemies’

Putin’s dictator pal Lukashenko ‘deployed OnlyFans pornstar to spy for his KGB secret service on pro-democracy enemies’

VLADIMIR Putin’s close ally Alexander Lukashenko allegedly deployed an OnlyFans star to spy for his KGB secret service.

Daria Ostapenko, 36, a vet and active OnlyFans model, has been accused of spying on pro-democracy campaigners.

East2WestAdult actress Daria Ostapenko has been detained by the Polish Internal Security Agency on suspicion of spying for the KGB[/caption]

East2WestOstapenko is pictured here in 2020 in Belarus, working for an opposition movement called ‘Govori Pravdu’[/caption]

East2WestShe had previously been a hardcore porn star called Rita Martin and remained active on OnlyFans[/caption]

She is thought to have posed as an opposition activist seeking to overthrow vote-rigging Lukashenko – while informing the KGB on democracy campaigners who have fled abroad. 

She has since been detained in Poland, where she is suspected of having collaborated with the tyrant’s secret services for up to seven years.

Part of her cover was to work as a model, receiving money from subscribers for online pornography, it is alleged.

Previously, she had been a hardcore porn star with the stage name Rita Martin. 

As an “opposition activist” with the Belarusian diaspora in Poland “she talked about the need to act more decisively to overthrow the government in Belarus, namely by force”, reported opposition news outlet Zerkalo.

“She suggested collecting weapons, breaking into Belarus and setting up an explosion on the Belarusian border.”

But after a few too many drinks she revealed that her main role in Poland was to report back to Lukashenko’s feared KGB – which routinely tortures the dictator’s enemies.

“Information about her was transferred to the Polish Internal Security Agency, and she was detained on the same day,” reported the news outlet.

Sources say evidence of her links to the KGB was found on her smartphone. 

She is currently remanded in custody.

Reports say the adult actress is charged under Poland’s espionage laws which permit penalties of between five and 30 years in jail.

“Ostapenko’s chosen profession made her extremely vulnerable to recruitment because Belarusian authorities could catch her breaking Belarus’ extremely strict prostitution and pornography laws,” said Polish news outlet Onet.pl.

“Sources report that Ostapenko may have started cooperating with the KGB as early as 2017.”

Once she posed as an opposition activist at a polling station where dictator Lukashenko went to vote. 

“The [alleged] spy’s career collapsed because of her own mistake,” reported the outlet.

“Ostapenko, while drunk, revealed to her friends that she was working for the Belarusian security services. 

“On the same day, the Polish authorities arrested Ostapenko. 

“On her phone, the Internal Security Agency found evidence of communication with Belarusian intelligence officers.”

Lukashenko is widely seen in the West to have won the 2020 presidential election fraudulently. 

The real victor is seen as pro-Western Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, 41, who stood in the election after her husband Syarhei Tsikhanouski, 45, was jailed by Lukashenko and prevented from standing.

Now she lives in exile – and has been forced to watch from afar as her beloved country becomes ever-closer aligned with Russia, with fears they could even join the war against Ukraine.

Tsikhanouskaya told The Sun that she believes Belarus is a country that Putin could attempt to absorb into his “empire” – with Putin being shameless in his desire to create a new “Soviet Union“.

Lukashenko is Vladimir Putin’s closest ally, and the Minsk autocrat’s basket-case economy and defence is entirely dependent on the Kremlin.

Just months ago, Lukashenko said that it must be “strategically understood” that Minsk and Moscow have a chance to unite, as he moved ahead with plans for Russia to deploy weapons to Belarus.

In a major escalation of tensions over Ukraine, the two countries signed the agreement in May in the Kremlin’s first deployment of nuclear warheads outside Russia since the Soviet Union fell.

Speaking in an interview on Russia’s state television, Lukashenko said there could be “nuclear weapons for everyone” if another country wishes to join the union.

He said: “No one is against Kazakhstan and other countries having the same close relations that we have with the Russian Federation.

“If someone is worried … (then) it is very simple: join in the Union State of Belarus and Russia. That’s all: there will be nuclear weapons for everyone.”

East2WestAlexander Lukashenko pictured with a machine gun during public protests in August 2020 against his rule[/caption]


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