A model who moved to Ukraine to become an "emotional support stripper" for troops fighting against Russia has claimed she was sexually assaulted by two of them.
Fan-Pei Koung, 33, is a beauty pageant competitor who moved to Ukraine from Houston, Texas. She also flogs racy pictures online and made her subscription service free for Ukrainian fighters.
She describes herself as a "globe-trotting girlfriend" and has been doing everything from "free emotional breastfeeding to soldiers and volunteers" to collecting donations to help the war effort against Vladimir Putin.
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However yesterday (Sunday, August 6) Fan-Pei said on Instagram she had been sexually assaulted "by two Ukrainian soldiers in Kramatorsk", in the Donetsk region.
She thanked press in Taiwan for covering the alleged attack and said she was shocked they picked it up as she posted about it on her Instagram story "for only 24 hours". Fan-Pei added her post about it came "over a month before I got famous".
"So someone who has cared about me alerted the Taiwanese press with proof," she wrote.
Fan-Pei did not reveal the exact date the incident occurred or the names of her alleged attackers. She explained elsewhere on Instagram the post was an excerpt from her upcoming book.
According to The Daily Beast, Fan-Pei first visited Ukraine in November 2022 to volunteer in women’s shelters and orphanages in Lviv, a city in the west of the country.
She left after a month and had plans to move to Mexico to live with another influencer. She said: "But as soon as I left, I desperately wanted to come back to Ukraine. I was losing my mind trying to get back."
So in February 2023 she returned, this time moving to Kyiv to be closer to the fighting.
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She has amassed over 50,000 Instagram followers off the back of her racy content, and has been posting consistently about the war for some time.
On her subscription site she says she has been collecting donations, taking water to the frontlines and teaching children English. "I'm always down for more volunteer opportunities," she adds.
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