Putins doppelganger banned from meeting sex-mad Olympic lover and daughter

Russian President Vladimir Putin's alleged doppelganger body double has been banned from meeting the real Vlad's Olympic gymnast lover and daughter, a Kremlin source has said.

The latest claims about the saga concerning Putin's alleged death, coming from the General SVR Telegram channel, concern the apparent body double said to have been wheeled out in replacement of the Russian leader for the last few months. The Kremlin source claims that the double will be involved in every part of the real Putin's life . . . except for one thing.

They said: “The conditions of keeping the double will now also improve and become 'presidential' “He will actually be completely immersed in Putin’s everyday life, naturally under full control, but these are also colossal changes. The double will not have contact with the younger children of the-late Putin and his partner Alina Kabaeva.

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“The understudy was very happy with the prospects that Patrushev had prepared for him and clearly perked up. Yesterday, in addition to the meeting with the semi-governors, the double was involved in filming 'canned food' (footage) which is called 'for future use'.

Kabaeva is one of the most decorated Russian rhythmic gymnasts in history, and competed in the 2000 and 2004 Olympics, before serving as a politician from 2007 to 2014.

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There has been no update given on the state of Putin's body, which is claimed to still be stuck inside his Valdai residence. Nikolai Patrushev is Russia's Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian, and is now thought to be one the one pulling the strings in Russia.

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The Kremlin has constantly denied that Putin has been suffering from health issues and is, or could be, dead – but the source on Telegram continues to claim otherwise. When rumours first surfaced, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed that it was all just an “absurd information canard”.

He said: “This belongs to the category of absurd information hoaxes that a whole series of media discuss with enviable tenacity – this evokes nothing but a smile.”

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