Russian Teenage Model

Russian Teenage Model With No Medical Insurance In Contract Dies In China Show

Russian teenage model Vlada Dzyuba collapsed ahead of catwalk due to uter exhaustion died and it is learned she was on a three-month assignment in China by an agency, which contracted her without medical insurance.

She was contracted like a slave labor including missing her school in home city Perm, Urals.

According to her mother Oksana the model was tired constantly and was afraid to go to hospital.

She added the young Dzyuba told her feeling chronically tired.

Oksana said, “She was calling me, saying ‘Mama, I am so tired. I so much want to sleep… I didn’t sleep myself and was calling her constantly, begging her to go to hospital.'”

After collapse in Shanghai being a part of a gruelling 13-hour Asia fashion show and went into a coma. She never regained consciousness and two days later she died.

Lately too many Russian models have been seen being recruited to China. Death of Dzyuba has been highlighted across Russia, China and other parts of the world about exploitation of teenagers in modelling industry.

It is being said through unofficial sources the temperature of Dzyuba soared just ahead of the catwalk and she collapsed becoming unconscious.

Doctors said she died because her meningitis was made worse by severe exhaustion.

Head of Perm modelling agency, Elvira Zaitseva, said the consequences were not expected and are reaping what they have sown.

She added not have personally checked her medical insurance and contract.

Human rights group is investigating the girl’s death too.

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