Russian woman deported from Germany for insulting Ukrainian refugees – media (video)
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Yulia Prokhorova “became famous” for the fact that on May 9 in Munich she danced “Kalinka” and provoked Ukrainians in Germany. According to journalists, she was in the country illegally.
Russian woman Yulia Prokhorova, who insulted Ukrainian refugees, was deported from Germany. This was reported by The Insider, posting a video from the airport in Berlin.
The footage shows a woman who looks like Prokhorova. As journalists noted, it has not yet been possible to confirm from official sources that it was she.
According to The Insider, Prokhorova was allegedly put on a Berlin-Istanbul flight, accompanied by police.
People's Deputy of Ukraine Galina Yanchenko wrote about the deportation of Prokhorova from Germany in her social networks.
“Yulia Prokhorova, who insulted Ukrainian refugees, was deported from Germany. Now Yulia will be able to address her question “So whose is Kherson” to the Russians. I I am sure that the answer may upset her more than the deportation,” Yanchenko commented.
According to Bild, the Russian woman was in Germany without a valid residence permit. The police searched the apartment rented by Prokhorova in the town of Landshut in Lower Bavaria. During the search, the police seized three smartphones and a laptop.
After the searches carried out at her house on October 14, the woman stopped communicating. Journalists wrote that she was probably in custody.
Who is Yulia Prokhorova
Yuliya Prokhorova became infamous for her videos provoking Ukrainian citizens in Germany. On one of them, she pursued two Ukrainian women on the street and mocked them.
In addition, Prokhorova came to a support action on May 9 in Munich, which was organized by refugees from Ukraine, and danced “Kalinka”.
The Insider says that Yulia Prokhorova comes from the Samara region. She lived in Moscow, where she officially worked as a cashier in a store and was also listed in the Fast Money microfinance organization. At the same time, her photos were published on the site of sex services marked “verified”.
In Germany, a hotel in the village of Gross-Stremkendorf, where Ukrainian refugees settled, recently burned.