Natalia Maslennikova Wiki – Natalia Maslennikova Bio
Natalia Maslennikova, who goes by the online name ‘Trikotasha,’ is in trouble with police after she was photographed in the pose outside a church in the Russian city of Kaluga.
The Russian model faces up to a year in jail for causing ‘offence’ after she lifted her dress outside a church.
Maslennikova was photographed in the pose outside a church in the Russian city of Kaluga.
She is 28 years old.
Natalia Maslennikova Offensive Photo
An OnlyFans model became the latest person to face punishment for a racy photoshoot near-sacred buildings in Russia. Natalya Maslennikova, 20, known online as Trikotasha, was ordered to report to the FSB security service after baring her rear with a backdrop of a church in Kaluga.
Her pictures subsequently made the rounds on social media, reportedly being monitored by law enforcement. MEAWW previously reported how model Ira Volkova was held in St Petersburg for a video where she exposed her derriere outside St Isaac’s Orthodox Cathedral. We also said pornstar Rita Fox was detained after she flashed her bare buttocks in a racy Kremlin photoshoot.
Maslennikova issued an apology after she was penalized by the FSB with a fine of up to $4,000 or community service. “It was not my goal to take a photo against the background of a church,” she said, explaining she did not realize it was a place of worship. “It is very old and does not look like a temple from the outside… The photo was taken when I was in a comic mood walking with a friend,” she added.
Prosecutors confirmed in a statement that they had “approved an indictment against a 26-year-old woman who, through her actions, committed public acts expressing clear disrespect for society and committed in order to offend the religious feelings of believers”.
They said the action came about after the accused, in July of last year, “posted naked photos against the backdrop of the temple” to her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Read Also: Who is Eric Popper? Wiki, Bio, Age, Shooting, Arrested, Investigation
She subsequently found herself at the centre of a criminal case sent to the Kaluga District Court.
Prosecutors said Ms Maslennikova could be sentenced to up to a year in jail for the snaps taken outside the Transfiguration Church in Kaluga.
In total, three snaps from the photo session were shared online. However, they were not widely picked up until they were suddenly highlighted by ultra-right-wing and anti-feminist blogger Vladislav Pozdnyakov.
Mr Pozdnyakov is the founder of the Male State group, which is regarded as an extremist organization in Russia.
The group frequently targets women online, along with businesses and minority groups.
Mr Pozdnyakov was even given a suspended sentence in 2018 for “actions aimed at humiliating human dignity in relation to women.”
The conviction was, however, later overturned.