From Playboy with love: Russian model claims she got detained by TSA because they thought she was a spy Instagram Screenshot

As far as we know, Victoria Bonya is not a Russian spy. But the 37-year-old former Playboy model was allegedly suspected of being one when she was detained at LAX by TSA agents over the weekend.

Bonya claimed that TSA agents started asking her all sorts of Russia-themed questions after they found a business card for Spy-Land, a company that specializes in hidden cameras, on her person. The model recounted the incident via Instagram caption.?Instead of asking some real questions, the officer decided to talk about our president [Vladimir Putin],? she wrote.

?Finding out everything about my position, he started talking about the KGB,? she added. ?I started laughing, as I really thought it was a joke, until they asked me the same thing for a third time!??

?It was a big shock! I thought that was it and that they will deport me asap.”

Though originally from Russia, Bonya has been living in Monaco since 2012. Not exactly the most ideal front for a Russian spy, but just consider this: Donald Trump loves models. Trump is (probably) best friends with Vladmir Putin. Putin is from Russia. Victoria Bonya is both a model and originally from Russia. Hmmmm….the pieces are all starting to fall into place.

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