Playboy devastated as Ukraine war traps him in Cyprus with Butt Squad girls

An infamous Ukrainian playboy says he has been left devastated after becoming stranded in Cyprus with beautiful women from his so-called "Butt Squad".

Vitaliy Grechin, the bloke behind the risque snaps scandal in Dubai last summer, was celebrating a five-day 42nd birthday bash with Russian and Ukrainian girls, aged between 18 and 23, when war broke out in his home country.

The group was left in "despair" and many have lost friends and family from both sides of the conflict and are unable to return home as flights had been cancelled in and out of both countries.

Vitaliy, who is originally from Kyiv, Ukraine said: "It's really tough you know, it's really tough. It's also tough being cut off from the businesses, banking, family, everything else in Ukraine.

"We're seeing a country being torn to pieces, people's lives being taken and their futures destroyed. It also became a mission of saving these people from the warzone with almost all of them crying, saying that people they know have died.

"My world changed in the middle of the night when three crying girls ran into my room waking me up at 5.30 and saying that Kyiv was being bombed.

"Immediately it went from a birthday party to a state of uncertainty and despair with everybody not believing the surreal situation."

However, despite their families fighting being caught on different sides of the war, the girls are said to get along extremely well.

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Vitaliy's family and friends, including his wife and 14-year-old son have spent five days trying to escape Ukraine by car.

They had attempted to wait out the invasion, before fleeing to Europe.

He worries for his son and other children experiencing war so young and its impact on their future as their home has since been destroyed by mortar fire.

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Vitally added: "This type of situation completely destroys people's lives, people's years of building something, whether it's a house or business or stable environment for the family."

He claims that his funds are now running low, as cards from Ukraine and Russia have been cancelled but he is making sure what he does have is going towards food and shelter for himself and those around him.

Yuliia Ulianochkina, 19, came to Vitaliy's party from Ukraine, where she left her mother at home and claims she hears of another person she knows dying every hour.

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She said: "A feeling of depression and despair has overtaken most of the Ukrainian girls around me, mostly because of disbelief at what is happening to our homeland.

"Every hour we hear from someone in our group, that someone they know has been killed, that a rocket or a bomb has landed somewhere near one of our homes, workplaces, or landmarks we grew up around.

"There are girls here whose homes have already been destroyed. The only thing that comforts me a little is that my mother can concentrate on her safety and not worry about me."

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The businessman is perhaps best known for being jailed in Dubai last year after a raunchy snap surfaced of 17 women, nicknamed the "Butt Squad", posing naked overlooking the skyline.

The women were accused of gross indecency and banned from Gulf countries for at least five years.

While the 42-year-old playboy was in jail, his Kyiv offices and residences were searched by Ukrainian police.

He was freed from custody in May 2021.

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