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Sordid BDSM sex parties held at Putin’s army club used for FUNERALS of war dead in latest scandal over debauched elites

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LURID BDSM sex parties held at Putin’s army officers club are at the centre of the latest scandal over Russia’s debauched elites.

The Central Military District Officers’ House in Yekaterinburg is used for solemn funerals of high-ranking servicemen killed in Putin’s war against Ukraine, and other military events.

BDSM sex parties were held at Putin's army officers club in Yekaterinburg

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BDSM sex parties were held at Putin’s army officers club in YekaterinburgCredit: East2West
Russian law enforcement has been clamping down on the wild sex bashes across the country

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Russian law enforcement has been clamping down on the wild sex bashes across the countryCredit: East2West
Soldiers carry a portrait of late photojournalist Rostislav Zhuravlev during his funeral ceremony at the local Military Officers’ House last July

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Soldiers carry a portrait of late photojournalist Rostislav Zhuravlev during his funeral ceremony at the local Military Officers’ House last JulyCredit: East2West

But it has now been revealed that the place is also used for wild BDSM parties.

Leaked black-and-white footage showed a sex party at the military facility, with naked revellers from the so-called Blue velvet group with 300-plus members.

One source said: “They film all their parties and post them on their private social media channels.

“The essence of the group is to get together, undress, drink and dance.”

Complaints were also made to the city’s prosecutor-general’s office after one “erotic party” in the library of the House of Officers.

“Party guests allegedly wore transparent underwear, drank alcohol and used drugs,” said local news outlet E1.

Tickets cost between £5 and £10.

Pro-war activist Ekaterina Ipatova, coordinator of the Volunteer Company project, condemned the “blasphemous” sex bashes.

She said: “We consider it unacceptable to hold such events in the House of Officers.

“This is where they say goodbye to the soldiers who died in the special military operation [war].

Fury from Russian war fanatics over ‘debauched Sodom and Gomorrah’ party staged by Moscow’s high society

“There are nightclubs for parties, but holding them in the officers’ house is blasphemy.”

A Telegram channel linked to major pro-Putin TV propagandist Vladimir Solovyov complained of the “desecration of the place where farewells are held for the military who gave their lives for their Motherland”.

Georgy Podkorytov, deputy head of the House of Officers, was forced to resign over the BDSM parties.

He said: “I am upset that the House of Officers was involved in the scandal and they are throwing mud at us.”

Podkorytov then admitted: “I was also involved in this scandal.”

Sergei ‘Zergulio’ Kolyasnikov, 44, pro-state military blogger and Stalin-backer with 307,000 Telegram followers, said: “I don’t care what people do. I care where.

“Farewells to our fallen soldiers are being held at the House of Officers.”

He posted: “Sniff [cocaine], [have anal sex] wherever you want but not in the House of Officers of the Central Military District of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, and….during the war.”

Among the funerals of fallen Russian officers held at the location in Yekaterinburg was that of prominent war correspondent from Russia’s state propaganda media Rostislav Zhuravlyov, 34.

The funeral ceremony of senior lieutenant Denis Yefanov, a volleyball coach who went to fight for Putin, was also held here, as was the farewell to Major Rishat Izatullin.

It comes as a sordid “Sodom and Gomorrah” bash attended by Russian elites and Putin’s “goddaughter” sparked fury in Moscow in December.

Russian war fanatics were enraged over the debaucherous, near-naked party staged in the capital as troops die in Ukraine.

Critics compared the high-profile gathering to Sodom and Gomorrah, claiming the antics of the wealthy stars were an insult to those dying on the frontline for the Kremlin’s illegal war against Ukraine.

Among the most criticised guests was a pregnant and braless Ksenia Sobchak in a nude-coloured Sorelle outfit. 

The TV anchor, 40, was a liberal Russian presidential candidate in 2018.

She is famous for being Putin’s goddaughter who attended her baptism and viewed her late father Anatoly Sobchak as his political mentor.

Another popular figure, Rapper Vacio, was seen wearing nothing but a Balenciaga sock on his manhood. 

The artist could now be ordered to fight in Ukraine after Russian authorities handed him military summons.

Vacio guilty of petty hooliganism and spreading “gay propaganda” in the sordid bash, seen as extremism in Putin’s Russia.

Putin has also launched a bizarre manhunt for a Ukrainian OnlyFans model three years after she went topless in Moscow’s Red Square.

A video of Lolita Bogdanova, 24, flashing her chest at the historic site surfaced amid the mad dictator’s apparent crackdown on debauchery.

The footage was uploaded in 2021, before the war with Ukraine, but reports say Lolita – aka Lola Bunny – was today put on the Kremlin’s international wanted list.

The move by the Russian Interior Ministry was revealed by loyalist media outlet Readovka.

At the time, there was a scandal because the model’s stunt was in front of the onion-domed St Basil’s Cathedral, one of Russia’s most sacred places.

While sex hell breaks loose in Russia, Putin has suffered several humiliating defeats in the two years of war in Ukraine.

Last week, Vlad suffered a devastating blow when as a US-made HIMARS missile blasted 65 soldiers after they were lining up for a parade.

The pinpoint HIMARS triple strike hit the target moments before the major-general reached the spot, according to Russian sources.

Putin suffered a further setback today with Ukraine claiming to have shot down another Russian Su-34 fighter jet.

It is the seventh enemy warplane destroyed in a week, according to Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk.

Footage of the BDSM sex party held at the army club

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Footage of the BDSM sex party held at the army clubCredit: East2West
The bashes are always filmed and later shared on private social media channels, a source said

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The bashes are always filmed and later shared on private social media channels, a source saidCredit: East2West
Putin has been suffering multiple defeats and war losses since his invasion of Ukraine two years ago

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Putin has been suffering multiple defeats and war losses since his invasion of Ukraine two years agoCredit: AP

FIVE of Putin’s biggest war disasters

SINCE Putin has launched his invasion of Ukraine, the warmonger suffered several humiliating defeats.

  1. Sinking of the Moskva
    Russian Black Sea flagship Moskva sunk on April 14, 2022 after it was struck with a barrage of Ukrainian missiles.

    The Moskva had taken on legendary status among Ukraine’s defenders after a band of outgunned border guards said “Russian warship, go f*** yourself!” when it ordered them to surrender.

  2. Wagner Coup
    Wagner boss Prigozhin led an armed rebellion with the stated aim to oust Russia’s military leaders as he vowed to march on Moscow

    Within hours of a 400-vehicle convoy rolling onto Russian soil from Ukraine, Wagner troops seized control of Russia’s regional military HQ in Rostov-on-Don.

  3. Crimean Bridge Blast
    At least two were killed and one injured after Vladimir Putin’s beloved £3billion Crimea Bridge was rocked by massive explosions.

    Two suicide sea drones brought down parts of the bridge on July 17, 2023 as hordes of motorists travelled across it.

  4. Liberation of Kherson
    Russian forces were forced out of the southern city of Kherson, gateway to Crimea and the largest city of one of the four Ukrainian territories annexed in September, 2022.

    It marked one of Russia’s most significant retreats since the start of the war and a potential turning point in the conflict that has raged since late February.

  5. Battle of Kharkiv
    In May, 2022 Ukraine declared victory in the Battle of Kharkiv, driving Putin’s forces back from the country’s second city.

    In total, Russia lost more than 70 tanks, trucks and armoured cars in four days of attempts to cross the Donets river.

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