It has been reported by Fox News that a young Russian model collapsed into a coma after a 12-hour fashion show in Shangai. Vlada unfortunately did not regain consciousness and actually died two days later and was found to be suffering from chronic meningitis.
Fox reports that some have been claiming that the teen was subject to a "slave labor" contract and, as a result, had been too afraid to seek medical treatment. Officially, she was only allowed to work three hours a week. But this ended up not being the case — she was instead quite literally worked to death.
So how did this happen? Apparently, a large number of Russian models are recruited to China. Vlada's situation has raised concerns about overworking these models and has shed important light onto the exploitative working conditions of these Russian models shipped to China.
Her devastated mother said: "She was calling me, saying 'Mama, I am so tired. I so much want to sleep'. It must have been the very beginning of the illness. And then her temperature shot up."
She continued, "I didn't sleep myself and was calling her constantly, begging her to go to a hospital."
Moments after she informed her mother that she wanted to sleep, she collapsed and was no longer conscious. An ambulance was quickly called.
"We are now reaping what we have sown," said her mother.
According to the New York Post, "She had been trying to get a visa to fly out to be with her young daughter before she passed away. The head of the Perm modeling agency behind her trip, Elvira Zaitseva, said: 'No-one expected it to lead to such consequences.'"
Kremlin human rights groups are currently investigating the young model's death.
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