We raised £570k in 3 months selling nudes to fund Ukraine war effort – we won't stop until Putin is DEAD | The Sun

A GROUP of Ukrainian women have shared how they have raised £570,000 for their country's troops by selling nudes.

The team has raised the staggering amount in just three months and has vowed to continue with the project, called "TerOnlyFans" until Vladimir Putin is dead.



The group's founder Nastsassia Nasko told the Insider how the project started by accident but she is happy they can contribute to Ukraine's war effort.

The 23-year-old who is originally from Belarus said: "I feel happy because I can support people in Ukraine and show that not all Belarusians like Russians and that we are good people.

"We want to help our neighbours".

She explained that at the beginning of the invasion back in February she posted on Twitter asking for someone to help evacuate an acquaintance out of Kharkiv.

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As she received no response, she tweeted half-jokingly that she would send a nude photo of herself to whoever would be able to help.

She said that within five minutes she received over ten messages and her acquaintance was eventually driven safely out of the besieged city.

She also kept her promise and sent her nude picture to the man who helped with the evacuation.

A few days later the 23-year-old alongside her friendAnastasiya launched "TerOnlyFans"("Ter" stands for territorial defence) in a bid to help Ukraine.

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The project is quite similar to adult content platform OnlyFans only that the earnings go straight to Ukraine's army.

Since the launch of the site, a total of 35 women and three men have volunteered to join the group's effort.

Nasko explained that most of the donations go to Ukraine's Territorial Defense, and while the majority come from Ukraine, they have also received donations from the Netherlands, France and the UK.

The biggest donation they have ever received was a cryptocurrency payment of £2,200.

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And despite the heavy workload, Nasko who also works as a marketing manager has vowed to continue until the end of the war.

"We will end this project when Putin dies and Russia stops their aggression," she said.

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