Anna Chapman, the suspected Russian spy whose U.S. cover was blown earlier this summer, has had a very busy and productive month. Chapman, who along with 9 other agents working in the U.S., was deported to Russia in July and according to the Kremlin, was part of the biggest spy scandal since the Cold War.
On October 20, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev awarded top state honors to the ten Russian spies who returned in July. According to Natalya Timakova, a spokeswoman for the Kremlin, “A ceremony took place in the Kremlin today to hand top state honors to a number of Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) employees, including the spies who were working in the United States and returned to Russia in July.”
So many people have been intrigued with Anna Chapman because of her great beauty and intrigue. In fact, Chapman graces the cover of the Russian edition of Maxim for the November issue and is wearing a very revealing lingerie outfit.
Click here to view cover of Maxim.
Click here to view slideshow of Anna Chapman prepared by the New York Post.
It was also reported by Fox News that Chapman was recently hired by FondServisBank as an adviser to its president and is working in the IT department. FondServisBank which reportedly has “ties with the Russian space program” issued a statement in early October regarding Chapman’s employment, stating “Anna Vasilyevna Chapman does in fact work for FundServiceBank since October 1 as an advisor to the bank’s president on issues of investment and innovation.”
Sources: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/sexy_russian_spy_anna_chapman_2Zmmc1rSqu2H71x3v7BibM?photo_num=1, http://www.thefrisky.com/post/246-anna-chapman-on-the-cover-of-russian-maxim/, http://www.nypost.com/p/news/international/russian_spies_deported_from_kremlin_95YQRBxRgrY4jX1QxtYAgK#ixzz131XWwXFI