Playboy behind ‘Butt Squad’ snap now flogging secret VIDEO shot before arrest

AN American playboy linked to the notorious naked ‘Butt Squad’ is holding an online auction to sell exclusive naked VIDEO footage of the event.  

Vitaliy Grechin, 41, is said to be “offering the rights to the highest bidder" for the 20 Ukrainian and Russian women who appeared nude in the controversial skyscraper shoot.


The businessman, along with 13 of the female participants, were initially arrested for public indecency after the images from the shoot went viral in April. 

Grechin was the last to be freed from jail in Dubai after 22 days in jail and 15 days in Covid-19 isolation after he allegedly tested positive while in detention.

Now the businessman, who is a donor to ex-US president Barack Obama, said he is cashing in on the scandal to recoup the “extortionate” fines and legal costs paid to free the group which he suggests could end up amounting to half a million dollars.

The 'exclusive' content on offer allegedly shows the naked women in the “immediate events leading up to the photoshoot.”

“This video is being offered, along with a special two-day event with the Butt Squad models, to the highest bidder", the playboy claims.

“This video has never been published so has only been seen by the current owner.”

“It will now be exclusively owned and viewable by the auction winner, who can use it, distribute it, or sell it as they see fit. 

“This includes the ability to brand it, including, but not limited to, the placement of watermarks.”

The footage was believed to have been shot by one of the women who fled Dubai as the others were rounded up and detained. 


All of the participants involved have been called models, but Kyiv-based Grechin says that all are his “friends” and revealed they include a banker, a schoolteacher as well as a catwalk star who has appeared in Vogue. 

They were on a trip paid for by him to Dubai when they “voluntarily” posed for the pictures on the balcony. 

Grechin is also making the so-called Butt Squad women available for a two day promotion in any EU country, or Mexico, Croatia, or Montenegro, or elsewhere by prior agreement. 

“The second part of the offer is an opportunity to have the Butt Squad promote absolutely anything that a creative team of the auction winner can think of,” he said.

“With very few limitations, as to the type of content the team can produce, these girls can star in a music video, a promotional campaign, or a TV show.”

He stressed on TheNakedBalcony.com that the offer did not involve pornography or sexual acts of any kind, and the women had the right to refuse an offer with which they felt uncomfortable.

Since the incident it has been revealed that the playboy has lived a global lifestyle, having spent his time hanging out with celebrities and posing for exotic pictures with young women.

While in custody he stressed that the work he produced in Dubai “is not porn.” 

“Everywhere else in the world it would be considered normal”, he said.

“In magazines it would be considered art…it was a unique shot.”

Speaking of the nude picture he added: “Of course, I regret it. I lost a month of my life.”

The women “spent ten days in jail, with no food or decent water, no hygiene supplies, no sheets, and with a metal bunk to sleep on.

“I feel responsible for this.

“And you can’t imagine the lawyer fees I have to pay….it makes me want to cry.”

On the legacy of the scandalous shoot, he suggested that the incident would deter others from performing similar stunts in the country.

He said: “Things like the threat of long prison sentences, prohibitive costs, and sheer difficulty in organisation will ensure that the uniqueness of this incident will remain unmatched.”


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