Currently the prosecutor’s office in Bangkok is weighing up whether to press charges against a Russian “sex instructor” and fellow companions who were arrested in Pattaya last month for running a sex training course from a hotel in the resort city.
Since her arrest Anastasia Vashukevich has gone public with claims that she can prove links between the US presidential election and Russia involvement and would provide evidence of such to anyone who could get her out of her current predicament.
Anastasia along with eight fellow “instructors” were handed off to the prosecutor’s office in Bangkok yesterday where police recommended they be charged with working in the kingdom without work permits, according to police spokesman Krissana Pattanacharoen.
He said it’s now up to prosecutor’s if they decide to take the case further, though he noted he didn’t know how long this decision would take.
Since there arrest all nine have been held at the Immigration Detention Center in Bangkok.
If prosecutors decide to take the case to trial and they are found guilty they will all be deported to their home countries.
When asked if police or Thai intelligence operatives will question the instructors over their alleged US election information Krissana reportedly scoffed at the idea calling it fanciful.
He said “What could they possibly have, these people will say anything.”
If found guilty and deported the former model might have some explaining to do once she arrives back in Russia.
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