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Steven Seagal pushes Kremlin propaganda during Ukraine visit

Hollywood star Steven Seagal pushed Kremlin propaganda on a trip this week to the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine, claiming that US-supplied HIMARS rockets caused the blast last month that killed more than 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war. The “Under Siege” star, who was granted Russian citizenship in 2016 and supported Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea, was seen in a video visiting Olenivka Prison — the site of the July 29 strike that left 53 jailed POWs dead and at least 75 others injured. “This is where HIMARS hit, 50 people were killed, another 70 were injured,” Seagal said in a video...
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Steven Seagal appears in Ukraine, serving as a Russian spokesperson

Early reports from the Russian invasion of Ukraine suggested that President Vladimir Putin’s military had deployed, of all people, actor Steven Seagal alongside its troops. And while the outlandish information released at the time turned out to be false, a Russian outlet did publish a video Tuesday that showed the former action star standing among the wreckage of eastern Ukraine’s Olenivka prison, where a recent attack left dozens of Ukrainian POWs dead.

Steven Seagal Trends on Social Media Over New Photos in Ukraine

As the war between Russia and Ukraine nears its six-month mark, actor and martial artist Steven Seagal is trending on social media over new photographs in Ukraine. According to Daily Mail, Steven Seagal was pictured at a Russian prison camp in Ukraine days after an explosion killed at least 50 prisoners. Seagal is notably banned from Ukraine and has been since 2017 after he was granted Russian citizenship by Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, per The Guardian. He was offered citizenship after vocally supporting Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

Steven Seagal accuses Ukraine of POW deaths during visit on behalf of Russian government

Steven Seagal has suggested Ukrainian forces struck a Russian-controlled prison camp to kill their own prisoners of war to stop them “talking about Zelensky’s crimes against humanity.”The Vladimir Putin supporter was speaking from the scene of the explosion which killed at least 50 people on 29 July.“One of the Nazis that was killed is a Nazi that was just started talking a lot about Zelensky, and Zelensky being responsible for ordering torture,” Seagal says.“Zelensky was implicated in crimes against humanity. I wonder if that’s why this guy got rocketed and killed?”Sign up to our newsletters. Read More Trump says he wouldn’t make deal for Brittney Griner releaseWhy did Russia invade Ukraine? The conflict explainedSign The Independent’s petition to help the people of Ukraine

If You’ve Never Seen Steven Seagal Hosting The Worst Episode Of ‘SNL,’ Now’s Your Chance

SNL is approaching 1,000 episodes, and while there’s no consensus on the best episode among the 927 (as of this weekend), there is a universal agreement for the worst. On April 20, 1991, Steven Seagal hosted (with musical guest Michael Bolton!) with a performance so “listless and riddled with mistakes,” as Rolling Stone described it, that some wondered “if he might just quit, mid-episode.” Then-SNL writer Bob Odenkirk called it a “nightmare” working with the Putin-loving actor, who cast member David Space said “didn’t want to go along with what the plan was that week… I think that was the first week that I heard talk about replacing the host and just doing a cast show.”