Famous in Mother Russia for being famous, TV personality and sometime political activist Ksenia Sobchak claims she was strip-searched by "a large black woman" in "sensitive areas," as reported by the Russian news service RIA Novosti on Jan. 10, 2014.
While we Americans have the likes of Kim Kardashian foisted upon is, the French have found Nabilla Benattia chained around their necks, the Brits are stuck with Imogen Thomas ... and the Russians have Sobchak laying her claim to fame due to reality TV and showing lots of skin.
And skin is exactly why she claims she was forced to bare all for the Transportation Security Administration at Miami's international airport before she was allowed to board her flight to Moscow.
Departing from Miami on the device found on my fingers "explosives detected"-explosives. first searched stripped naked :)
"Sensitive areas"-sensitive areas, it will be only the back of his gloved hands. and if I regard it as a sexual act- I did not think that my nudity attract so much attention :) :)
MDA-but warned me several times a large black woman that touch That should tell about it right now. I was confused :).
So that "sensitive" places no palm, but only the back side :))
TSA spokeswoman Sari Koshetz stated that Sobchak was the subject of a search, yet denied the her claim of being ordered to disrobe.
According to RIA Novosti, Koshetz also noted that despite Sobchak's claim, "searches at the airport do not require any clothing to be removed."
Known as a family friend of President Vladimir Putin, the blonde bombshell has found herself on his bad side for organizing protests against his recent re-election.
That's when her apartment was raided by officers of Russia's ominous sounding Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, apparently under orders from Putin, who is also a former Lt. Colonel in the old USSR's feared secret police, the KGB.
As reported by the NY Times, the officers berated her during the hours long search with taunts such as "you know what’s going on? If you had married a good KGB man, it would be another story."