Tik tok star hunted by police for shooting porn on sacred mountain and uploading it to PornHub

Tik tok star hunted by police for shooting porn on sacred mountain and uploading it to PornHub

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Meet the porno princess

A Russian model and Tik tok star is being hunted by the police after invading a sacred mountain in Indonesia Island of Bali and shooting a porn video.

Veronika Troshina, 22, and her partner Mikhail Morozov, 26, are wanted by the Indonesian police after they reportedly shot a lewd video on Mount Batur before uploading it to PornHub – where it was viewed more than 1.2 million times. Troshina last year promoted the pornographic video on her Twitter account.

The video, in which Troshina performs various sex acts in the role of a mountain guide, has since been removed from Pornhub, where it had been hosted after local Balinese people found out about it and complained.

The mountain is considered one of the most sacred Hindu spots on the island of Bali.

Troshina and her partner are facing up to two years in prison and will be charged under the Indonesian criminal code (KUHP) with public indecency if found.

Who is Veronika Troshina?

Tik tok star hunted by police for shooting porn on sacred mountain and uploading it to PornHub. (knowinsiders)

Dubbed a “porno princess” by Toronto Sun, Troshina hails from the remote Russian city of Rybinsk, around 165 miles northeast of Moscow.

The young porn actress graduated from school in 2017 and ever since, she has been a known face on social media in the pornographic domain. She also posts raunchy videos and photos on Instagram and her OnlyFans accounts.

She generally uses the nickname Mihanika to share racy content with over 550,000 subscribers.

Meanwhile, this incident comes just two weeks after a group of models were banned from Dubai after posing naked on a balcony.

The group of Ukrainian women were deported after spending nine days in jail for the stunt.

One of the woman, 19-year-old Yulia Ulyanochkina, said: “We have all been banned from entering the Gulf countries for five years.”

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