Russian woman Yulia Prokhorova, who became famous for recording her provocations against Ukrainian refugees on video, was deported from Germany today. This was reported from the airport in Berlin by The Insider correspondent.
Prokhorova regularly recorded and published videos with her provocations: either she turned on Russian music loudly and danced “Kalinka” on May 9 in Munich during a pro-Ukrainian rally, or she ran after Ukrainian girls, chanting “Russia will win” and shouting: “Girls! Glory to Russia! Russia will win, Russia will win! Whose Kherson? Yeah, haha, Ukraine! The referendum is already underway! Fuck your Ukraine.”
In another video, a propagandist advised Russians who live in the EU to waste energy so that Europe would pay more money to Russia. She called the video "How to support the Russian army and not go to prison in Europe."
She also filmed a video in which she uses official letters from the police instead of toilet paper in the toilet.
On November 14, Bild reported that the police searched her rented apartment in Landshut (Lower Bavaria). During the search, police seized three smartphones and a laptop. It turned out that Prokhorova was in Germany illegally. Prokhorova stopped communicating after the searches conducted at her house on October 14. According to media reports, the Russian woman was in custody.
As The Insider found out, Prokhorova Yulia Sergeevna (nee Chernysheva) was born in 1992 in the village of Bezenchuk, Samara Region. After some time, she moved to Moscow. Officially, she worked as a cashier in the Pyaterochka store, and was also listed in the microfinance organization Fast Money. At the same time, her photos were published on the site of sex services marked "verified".
No new videos have appeared on Prokhorova's blog yet.