Liziane Gutierrez, 35, has travelled to Ukraine to assist with humanitarian efforts. And she is now bringing food and medicine as the conflict with Russia continues. The latest person to sign up to support Ukraine and join the fight against Russia is a bikini model. Who famously sued disgraced musician Chris Brown.
Liziane Gutierrez supports the Ukrainian people
Liziane Gutierrez went from Los Angeles to Krakow, Poland, before crossing the border earlier this month. The social media sensation. Which has more than a million Instagram followers, is currently carrying food and medication to the besieged country. Miss Gutierrez filed a civil action against Brown after she claimed he assaulted her. In a hotel room during an alleged fight in Las Vegas. Liziane Gutierrez, 35, has travelled to Ukraine to assist with humanitarian efforts, and she is now bringing food and medicine as the conflict with Russia continues. The latest person to sign up to support Ukraine. Join the fight against Russia is a bikini model who famously sued disgraced musician Chris Brown.
Liziane Gutierrez: How is she helping?
Liziane Gutierrez went from Los Angeles to Krakow, Poland, before crossing the border. The model, who has over a million Instagram followers, is currently carrying food and medicine to the besieged country. Ms Gutierrez was said to have earned about $70,000 (£50,000) in compensation. After claiming that Brown or a member of his entourage raped her at a luxury party hosted by the rapper. “It’s impossible to become accustomed to.” Ms Gutierrez and other volunteers are seen packing supplies onto a car, ready to be distributed in Ukraine, in photos and videos. More photos show her in a Lviv warehouse with donated supplies and posing with a rescued family who had crossed into Poland’s Zosin.
Liziane Gutierrez’s emotion-filled dedication to Ukraine
She said, “The Ukrainian people see us volunteers as heroes.” “Sometimes I feel like crying when I witness families disintegrate — guys over the age of 18 are unable to leave Ukraine.” “I see families all the time with nothing but a backpack and the documents in their hands, abandoning everything.” “We can’t cry, though, because we’ve come to help these families.” It’s unclear how many people from other countries have travelled to Ukraine to help in a humanitarian capacity. However, the Ukrainian government announced on March 6 that it had received 20,000 applications from foreigners seeking to fight Russia.
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