Emese Fajk, an Australian mercenary, threatens a Ukrainian general that he will spill the beans on a scandal that will burn the Ukrainian Army to the ground. Photo/Facebook/Emese Fajk
KIEV – An Australian television star woman who became mercenaries Kiev threatens a general Ukraine by going to leak a military scandal. He claimed the leak would “burn to the ground” for the country’s Army.
Emese Fajk, who joined the Ukrainian International Legion, had the audacity to blackmail Ukrainian Army commander Andrey Ordinovich when he resisted several attempts to expel him from the war-torn country.
The tapes, which were surreptitiously recorded, show that Emese Fajk, who became the foreign legion’s communications director after fleeing Australia following a reality television fraud scandal, threatened to leak damaging information about the Ukrainian Army if he was expelled because of an overseas trip. invalid.
According to the recording, to avoid such an outcome, he blackmailed General Ordinovich, who went by the code name “Zeus”.
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He said that Ukrainian officials wanted to deport him for desertion and terminate his contract.
“My only luck was before this I spoke to ‘Zeus’, and they couldn’t touch me,” Fajk said in the recording, which was quoted by Mail Online, Monday (23/1/2023).
“I told Zeus if I don’t come back to this, I will announce everything I know and why I was removed,” he continued.
The legionnaire described the general as a “super stand-up guy”. He added he understood that if he started talking about what he had seen, “it would burn the Ukrainian Army to the ground”.
He went on to say that this leak would be very damaging to the Army if it became public. “Corruption, things that are missing, the treatment that foreigners get… if I start talking about this, the Army is going to go awry with all the internal investigations that (should) be started,” he said.
Additionally, according to “secret files” seen by the Mail Online, the former television star is also suspected of being behind the disappearance of medical supplies of up to $2.5 million.
The document also stated that he had stolen donations meant to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
Fajk has been accused of several fraud cases around the world, most notably his failed attempt to buy a $4.2 million house at an auction on the Australian reality television show “The Block” by allegedly providing fake bank transfer receipts.
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