Despite the reactions from the model undressed in Chernobyl, another topless photograph

Despite the reactions from the model undressed in Chernobyl, another topless photograph

The model, which is said to have taken pictures of topless and underwear in the ghost city Pripyat, near the power plant where the Chernobyl nuclear accident occurred in Ukraine, posted another topless photo on Instagram.

The model, which was criticized for the topless and underwear photo taken in the ghost city of Pripyat, after the Chernobyl fiction mini series Chernobyl, which was about the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster, responded to the reactions with a new photo.

Apologizing for making a place statement from Pripyat with his topless photos, Roçeva claimed that she lied about the photos in her statement to and that they were actually taken in a refectory that was not used in Novosibirsk.

"We did the shooting in an abandoned area in Novosibirsk," said Rocheva. Rocheva added that they put this label because this place reminds Pripyat and they do not expect such negative reactions.

"I was actually making a vlog about the environment, influenced by HBO's Chernobyl series," said Rocheva. This led us to make a connection between the area we use and Pripyat. Both seemed abandoned in the same way. We thought that only our friends would watch. We have great respect for what is happening in Chernobyl. ”

The Chernobyl nuclear disaster, one of the largest nuclear disasters in history, took place on April 26, 1986. 8.4 million people from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine were affected by the radiation emitted in the incident. 400 thousand people had to be evacuated from the areas most affected by radiation. The city of Pripyat, established for those working in the Chernobyl power plant, was also evacuated after the disaster. Pripyat has been open to tourists since the late 1990s. & Nbsp;