Adult star and OnlyFans creator known to followers as Rita Fox revealed this week she is under arrest for exposing her backside in front of a cathedral in Russia, according to reports. Her two-week detention comes following photos she posted from Red Square in Moscow, not far from the Kremlin, the official residence of Russian president Vladimir Putin.
As per reports, Ksenia Damova, as the OnlyFans star is named, was unaware of the offence she had committed at first. She says she realised it was “petty hooliganism” that got her charged with a 14-day sentence.
“I have always been a patriot. I love Russia,” she said, as quoted by Daily Star. It was her first visit to the Red Square, as per her statement, and it was not her intention to offend her Russian ancestors.
St Isaac’s, where Fox posed with her pants down, is a major landmark in Moscow. The action against her is being seen as part of a crackdown against similar stunts in public places by creators in Russia.
Rita Fox, Other Russian Creators Face Action Over Public Stunts
According to reports, a Ukrainian model in Russia, Irina Volkova, is also facing a sentence for indecency following an incident close in nature to that of Fox. An Instagram influencer, Volkova’s bare-bottomed video near St Isaac’s was reportedly taken in the summer this year but came to the notice of Russian authorities only recently. Over the weekend, she appeared in court where she apologised and said she would not repeat her actions.
Pushback from the police on local creators has sparked dissent with many actively attempting to defy the regulation.
Earlier this year, model Elena Nikiforovskaya also spent three days in prison for posing with a bare backside in front of public buildings in Russia’s Yekaterinburg city.
A bigger sentence of ten months was handed out to a TikTok couple that reportedly simulated oral sex near Moscow’s St Basil’s Cathedral. A court found Anastasia Chistova and her boyfriend Ruslan Murodzhonzoda guilty of “offending religious sentiment,” as per Daily Mail.
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