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former Dancing with the Stars A supporter of Maxim Chmerkovsky said that he was arrested in the capital of Ukraine and is now trying to leave the country Amid the ongoing Russian invasion. He said in 5 Minutes on Instagram: “There’s a lot of fighting everywhere, and the streets are crazy” Video. “Once upon a time, I was arrested like a foot out here. But again, it’s all good, promising… This was probably the least shocking moment in this whole thing with regard to Ukraine.” He called the experience a “crazy reality check,” adding that he was not in the mental state to decipher what had happened. Then the dancer and choreographer added that he decided to head to the border, probably referring to the Polish-Ukrainian border where thousands had fled. “I have options,” Chmerkovsky said. “My options are better than most, unfortunately. I’m a little nervous to be honest with you, but I think he’ll be fine.” About nine hours later, he shared a travel update about his Instagram story. He wrote, “I made it on the train.” “We’re headed to Warsaw (hopefully)”.
Chmerkovskiy regularly shares videos and updates on Instagram where the situation in his homeland has worsened. He wrote on February 24: “This looks like it was when and why we left in the ’90s” Mail. “Like the old PTSD I finally fixed, it’s coming back.” In his latest video, Chmerkovskiy asked his followers not to panic if he disappeared from social media for a while. He explained that at the moment, he remains in contact only with his wife, Peta Murgatroyd (colleague Dancing with the Stars alum) and brother and parents. He closed his video and called any “unfair treatment” at the border “inhuman”. African students are It said They face discrimination as they try to work their way out of Ukraine. “People are fleeing from conflict, from war,” Chmerkovsky said. “Treat everyone alike. I love you all, and will keep you posted.”
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