The blogger from the “naked party” was fined 200,000 rubles

The blogger from the “naked party” was fined 200,000 rubles


A court in Moscow fined blogger Vyacheslav Bolshakov 200,000 rubles for an article about “LGBT propaganda” for participating in the so-called naked party of Anastasia Ivleeva, which took place in the Mutabor club in December 2023. This is reported by “Mediazona”.

The court session was held on February 19. The publication “Verstka” was the first to draw attention to the publication of the depersonalized version of the decision.

Bolshakov was accused of participating in a party “aimed at promoting non-traditional sexual relations”, and footage from the event was posted online. At the court session, the blogger pleaded guilty.

  • The party at the Moscow club “Mutabor”, held on December 20, 2023, was dedicated to the opening of an exhibition of unpublished photos for Playboy magazine, Russian media reported. A dress code with a minimum of clothing was recommended for guests. Many stars came in semi-transparent outfits or semi-nude. Videos from the party got on the Internet and caused a scandal in the Russian blogosphere, and then an official condemnation.
  • Sources of several mass media assumed that the public campaign was organized from the Kremlin. The Bloomberg agency, with reference to its sources, claimed that it started after Russian President Vladimir Putin was shown photos from the party. The organizer of the evening, blogger Anastasia Ivleeva, and many guests, including TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, singers Philip Kirkorov and Dima Bylan, were forced to publish a video with apologies or excuses for the event. The Ivleeva court imposed an administrative fine. The club’s work was suspended for three months citing formal violations.
  • One of the participants of the party – rapper Vacio (Nikolai Vasiliev) – was twice sent to court for arrest on charges of petty hooliganism, first for 15 days, and then for 10. While under arrest, he received a summons to the military enlistment office.


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