A Russian woman who attacked and humiliated Ukrainian women received her hour of retribution – she was deported from Germany

A Russian woman who attacked and humiliated Ukrainian women received her hour of retribution – she was deported from Germany
A Russian woman who attacked and humiliated Ukrainian women received her hour of retribution – she was deported from Germany

A video of her standing with her belongings at the Berlin airport was published by The Insider portal. J. Prokhorova was born in 1992. In the Samara region, after moving to Moscow, she worked as a cashier in the “Pyateročka” store, and was also included in the list of the microfinance organization.

“The Russian Yulia Prokhorova, famous for recording her provocations against Ukrainian refugees in videos, was deported from Germany today,” the newspaper said.

According to Bild, she was in Germany without a valid residence permit.

In August, a Russian woman posted a video online harassing Ukrainian women with the question “Whose Kherson?” She laughed and then shouted “Glory to Russia”.

After that, J. Prochorova complained on social networks that “Booking” blocked her account and canceled her apartment reservation in Vienna.

Later, photos of material from a German newspaper appeared on the Twitter platform, which claimed that the Russian woman worked as a prostitute.

In the fall, it became known that a search was conducted at J. Prokhorova’s home in Lower Bavaria, during which her phones and laptop were taken. She stopped communicating with her subscribers.

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