Playboy models night of terror under fire from Vladimir Putins Russian drones

A Playboy model has spoken of her horrific ordeal under attack from Vladimir Putin’s weaponised drones.

Ukrainian Dasha Astafieva, 37, spent the night sheltering from a bombardment in Kyiv on Sunday, May 28.

Kamikaze drones were used by the Russian military to attack the Ukrainian capital in a blitz-style assault on the people of the city.

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Dasha has since shared images of her and her dog taking cover wrapped in a blanket in the corridor of her house.

The location was likely chosen for its distance from windows.

Captioning the post, she added: "I wish hell on every sh*tty Russian, and to everyone who still has not understood that they are the greatest global evil, and that they are not needed here!"

The 2007 Ukrainian Playmate of the Year added: "As long as you listen, communicate, let them be among us, life will just be one terrible day."

All but two of the 54 drones sent to Kyiv and other key targets were shot down, Ukrainian military chiefs said.

In the past, she has posted to her more than 600,000 Instagram followers: "Warriors, defenders! We believe and wait, we only think about what we will wait for, and we will all succeed!

"Thank you for your will and tremendous courage and strength."

She was also Playmate of the Month in the US and was later handpicked by Playboy boss Hugh Heffner as the US magazine's 55th Anniversary Playmate.

She said: "I cried when Hef told me. I couldn’t believe it."

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