NewsScandal at Central Military District's Officers House: Funeral venue for soldiers used for BDSM parties

Scandal at Central Military District's Officers House: Funeral venue for soldiers used for BDSM parties

Controversial party at the officer's house
Controversial party at the officer's house
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8:44 AM EST, February 27, 2024

A recording revealed the reality of the so-called Blue Velvet group, boasting over 300 members, hosting sex parties at this military property – a location recently forming the backdrop to soldier memorials for those killed in Ukraine.

"They document all their parties and share them on their private social media channels," stated one source.

The local news outlet E1 disclosed that party-goers "attended in transparent lingerie, consuming alcohol and drugs". Entrance required a nominal fee equating to roughly $6.50 to $13 post-conversion.

The leaked footage highlighted women donned only in lingerie and full-head masks. While some had their eyes or wrists bound, others were shown wearing leather harnesses or being flogged over railings.

Ekaterina Ipatova, the head of pro-war initiative "Volunteer Company", termed such proceedings as "blasphemy".

"We consider it unacceptable to run such events in the Officers' Hall. This is where we express our final goodbyes to our brothers-in-arms lost in military operations. There are nightclubs to host such parties, doing so in officers' homes is outright blasphemous," she declared.

Source: Daily Mail

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