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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Savchenko told to provide sexual services on the phone

The people’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Nadezhda Savchenko admitted that his life had to work in service phone sex, receiving luxury in those days a salary of $ 100. Such a non-standard MP experience acquired when she was 21.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Savchenko said in an interview with “Commander in chief” that he saw the job ad in a newspaper. The main requirements to the candidate were a pleasant voice and the ability to speak on any topic.

At the interview, Savchenko suggested to read an erotic scene of a salacious novel. Girl coped with the task by convincing themselves that she’s an actress and just needs to play a role.

The MP noted that the salary at the time was “gorgeous” – $ 100 per hour, and the work helped her “an adequate attitude to everything”, including the opposite sex.

This approach to life has saved her and during the service with the male soldiers where there was a shower. As noted by ex-servicemen, “when you have bruises all over my body, you donít care who showers with you.”

The MP said about the shooting in the program “Battle of psychics”. The producers needed a sniper and they turned to Savchenko. “I was curious to see the lies inside”, — said the Deputy.

Note that Nadezhda Savchenko is not the first time shocked the public for his controversial statements and actions. So, last week, the TV channel NewsOne it in 20 seconds described the political situation in Ukraine, while using about 11 swear words.


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