Nude ‘Butt Squad’ Photoshoot Models Released From Jail

Nude ‘Butt Squad’ Photoshoot Models Released From Jail

The last two individuals from the scandalous “Butt Squad” that stood out as truly newsworthy by presenting bare on a Dubai balcony have purportedly been liberated from the Arab sheikhdom – including one who had contracted COVID-19.

Dubai police earlier detained a group of at least 12 women who posed naked in broad daylight along with a male photographer –  the images went viral on social media and triggered outrage in the Emirate where public debauchery carries a sentence of up to six months in prison and a 5,000 dirham fine ($1335).

Ukrainian Vogue model Evgenia Taran, 21, and another model distinguished in reports as Anastasia Kashuba are back in Kyiv subsequent to being delivered from prison, East2West News revealed.

Taran, who considered herself a “survivor,” and Kashuba, who was kept until she recuperated from the sickness, were among around 20 models supposedly welcomed by Ukrainian-American Vitaliy Grechin, 41, to partake in the X-appraised photoshoot, reported the news source.

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The supposed playboy coordinator is as yet in Dubai, yet it was indistinct on the off chance that he stays in confinement, E2W detailed.

Taran has confessed her “mistakes.” “I was in Dubai detention center — you probably know the story with the naked photos on the balcony — because you hear about it from every (outlet),”she told the power source.

“I made a ton of ends, understood my missteps and somewhat (I am) appreciative for what occurred. I’m in Kyiv once more, I love everybody, I embrace. Like what you have,” Taran added.

The model depicted the “hell” while in guardianship.

“The light was on 24/7 and there was endless knocking air conditioning,” she said. “The lack of toilet paper, spoons and human attitude from employees goes without saying.

“But the most terrible thing is ignorance, because your questions are not answered, and they allow you to contact the world according to their mood, and for money,” Taran said.

“The only thing that saved me there were the books I somehow managed to beg for,” added Taran, who has been featured in Vogue Hong Kong and Zip Magazine Hong Kong.

Photographer Alexander Ten, who flew to Russia before Dubai authorities started rounding up the participants, is described as wanted by local law enforcement, the outlet reported.

Police in Dubai warned that anyone publishing material that “may prejudice public morals” faced imprisonment and a fine, with no exceptions for tourists.

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