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A teenager who is said to be Vladimir Putin’s secret daughter has reportedly been pushing a coronavirus conspiracy theory.
Luiza Rozova, 17, claimed it is a plot by the world’s elites to reduce the global population.
But the student, also known as Elizaveta Krivonogikh, refused to confirm or deny she is the Russian President’s child.
Asked on the invitation-only social networking app Clubhouse if she was his daughter, she stayed silent.
Her friends, sat beside her, said they had agreed not to answer the “most important question”.
But the teen, a student at a St Petersburg University, alluded to the Covid-19 theory which she called the “golden billion”, the Sun reports.
She said: “It’s a society of super wealthy people who have arranged all this coronavirus gimmick. This means that they are killing people.
“Why if they can do this, a government cannot (too) – for a reasonable cause?
“I can’t say that I am for it, but this exists, this is what we are living in.”
Reports last year claimed her mum Svetlana Krivonogikh, 45, had been Putin’s lover in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
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She now has a £76million fortune and is the owner of an 118ft yacht and an ‘erotic’ nightspot in St Petersburg, Russia.
According to reports, she is also a shareholder in Rossiya Bank, with a property portfolio.
She has not commented on the claims about having been Putin’s secret lover.
Speaking on Clubhouse, her daughter said she had not been caused any trauma by an investigation naming her as his daughter.
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She said her life was “so stagnant” and she was grateful for the chance to be in the limelight.
And she insisted she is not trying to “popularise” herself and said her life goes on.
Proekt.Media, which broke the story, consulted visual computing expert Hassan Ugail at Bradford University.
He said face-recognition software allegedly showed a 70% similarity between the Russian leader and the teenager girl, resulting in a “phenomenal resemblance”.
Professor Ugail added: “From this information, we can draw the conclusion that they may be related.”
Putin’s spokesman previously dismissed the love child allegations as “not very convincing” and claimed they were “de facto unfounded”.
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