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Professor sold porn of her students to foreigners

45-year-old female professor from city Ekaterinburg, the Urals region of Russia, sold video of her naked students.
The city of Ekaterinburg hosted one of the biggest student porn businesses in Russia. The police detected 5 studios broadcasting live female students porn. The investigation resulted in closing down the internet porn site.

The police confiscated 15 video cameras, 20 computers and many sex-accessories - "working tools" of online porn “stars”. The online porn business was organized by 45-year-old female professor from one of the universities in Ekaterinburg. The professor recruited students and graduate students from her university, for this porn business, the client communicated via the interpreter with the Russian beauty, and she granted his wishes. The girls were the students of Theatrical Institute, Ural Polytechnic University, Ural State University and Teachers’ Training University.

The Interpol researched this porn site, traced the accomplices of the Ekaterinburg “businessmen” – the US citizen and the young guy having citizenship both of Russia and the USA, and passed this information to Ekaterinburg police. The policemen detected the studio addresses, and traced to which universities the students were heading for in the morning, after the night at the studios.  The minute of online live porn cost the client $1.99, 3-4 girls worked every day and the porn businessmen have earned not less than 800,000 roubles in 2001-2002. The police arrested the “businessmen” and investigated the mechanism of their operations. The clients transferred money online via the US banks to the false firms in the USA, from there the money was transferred to Ekaterinburg. The professor paid to her friends-interpreters and paid $500-800 per month to the most popular female students-porn “stars”. Big money for the city where the average salary is $200 per month.

Sergey Mishin
Ekaterinburg

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