Russian teen wins ‘month with porn actress’ in hotel room, says he’ll take her to museum

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A 16-year-old gamer from Moscow allegedly won a month with a porn actress for being 100,000th visitor to a website selling virtual ammo for Counter Strike, LifeNews reported Tuesday, the day when Russia celebrated “Defender of the Fatherland” Day.

The boy, Ruslan Shchedrin, appears excited as a rocket ship shooting off in the video, posted by LifeNews, where he explains how he will spend his time with his living breathing prize, an adult film entertainer.

“My friends are happy for me, and some are even envious. I saw her, I liked everything.” Ruslan told the reporter and giggled. When she pushed further, asking what exactly he liked, the 16-year-old replied: “She has a nice size.”

An experienced actor himself, according to a movie website http://www.kino-teatr.ru, Ruslan has been in nearly 20 films and TV series since 2007, and will appear in three more films coming out this year.  

Oddly enough, not a single member of his family mentions his successful and no doubt time-consuming acting career when interviewed by the reporter from LifeNews. The woman who appears to be the boy’s mother in the report, Vera Shchedrina, says that she is against his meeting with the porn actress, stating that time is precious for his studies. 

“I’m strongly against this, he has exams, studies - what do you mean, a month with a porn star? They can give us 100,000 rubles - we’ll be happy.” said Vera, wearing a tiny blue cocktail dress. 

Along the way, no one mentions the subject of possible sex between the teenager and the porn actress. Ruslan gingerly told the press he wanted to take her out to museums and movies. 

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On her behalf, the actress, Ekaterina Makarova, told LifeNews that she didn’t have a problem with being a live prize, and that she was contacted by the undisclosed website about three months ago to participate and eagerly agreed. 

“If he is uncomfortable living in a hotel, he can stay at home. It’s up to him to decide,” Makarova told LifeNews in an online interview.