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She says on her website that she followed Guccifer 2.0 on Twitter following the DNC leaks. The conversations, as seen in the publicized logs, are effusive, intimate and conspiratorial.

As Young talked about politics, Guccifer 2.0 inundated the model with heart emoji spam and compliments about her appearance in broken English.

“I’m single and don’t date anyone, so I pray that someday we WILL enjoy a date.

I would love to talk to you, kiss you passionately, make love to you, and snuggle safely in your arms,” Young responded.

The loaf came about in the eighth grade--This is true--People have always asked me and I've made up a thousand stories but I stepped on a coach's foot and he screamed, "Get off my foot you hunk of Meat Loaf." Eighth graders think everything's funny, so the next day I came into the locker room and they had spelled "Meat Loaf" as two words.

Not one, but two, so that my first name was Meat and my last name was Loaf.

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New chat logs between alleged Democratic National Committee hacker Guccifer 2.0 and a Playboy centerfold model surfaced today via Wikileaks on Twitter, throwing more fuel on the conspiracy theories surrounding murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.

The Twitter conversation, conducted via direct messages, purports to reveal Rich as the primary leaker of the DNC e-mails that proved highly disruptive during the 2016 presidential election. Robbin Young, who posed fully nude for Playboy in the 1980s, is the one who released the chat logs. officials have alleged that Guccifer 2.0 is the creation of Russian hackers seeking to interfere with American politics. For a period of two weeks, Young and Guccifer 2.0 shared flirty messages and “discussed” politics.

***** Gary Oldman has blasted Hollywood for what he perceives as a double standard — asserting that Bill Maher and Jon Stewart can get away with politically incorrect humor while others like Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin cannot.

The profanity-laced statements are included in an interview with the July-August issue of .