Crackpot Vladimir Putin's barbaric invasion of Ukraine has had knock-on consequences for one of Russia's most famous porn stars.
Natalya Nemchinova shot to fame at the 2018 World Cup in her homeland after being papped in the stands during Russia's match against Saudi Arabia. But she won't be in Qatar this month after Russia were booted out of the World Cup process following war-mongering Putin's invasion of their next door neighbours.
Nemchinova is a huge Russian football fan, and her face and bleach blonde locks were beamed around the world after she was spotted wearing a skimpy white 'Russia' shirt inside Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium four years ago.
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According to The Sun at the time, online detectives discovered that she was an adult actress after zooming in on her ID card at the next match. She was spotted in the stands during Russia's victory over Egypt, where supporters enhanced her fan ID to uncover her true identity.
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They found that the beautiful blonde has starred in a series of X-rated adult movies, using a variety of different aliases, including Natalia Andreeva, Delilah G and Danica. One adult site reportedly described Nemchinova as a star of swinger parties, while she has also posed nude for Maxim magazine in Russia.
The former Miss Moscow has appeared in photoshoots and both soft and hardcore adult movies since her X-rated debut in 2016.
And as it turns out, she's a big fan of the Russian National Team too. The model was also pictured at matches during Euro 2016 in France.
"I became a superfan after Euro 2012, I was in Poland and it was my first fan trip," she previously told reporters. "I truly support my national team. I was in Poland, Brazil (for the 2014 World Cup) and France during Euro 2016."
Unfortunately for Nemchinova – and viewers watching at home – the ravenous Russian has been denied the chance to attend the 2022 World Cup following war dog Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia invaded Ukraine in February, sparking condemnation from the entire world and severe sporting sanctions from an array of organisations, including FIFA.
Russia had been due to take on Poland in the semi-final of the World Cup play-offs, but following the invasion the Polish FA and players made it clear that they did not want to face Russia.
They were subsequently kicked out of the World Cup, ending their hopes of qualifying for the tournament in Qatar – and denying viewers the chance to catch a glimpse of Nemchinova once more.
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