Irina Cotton, a Russian gymnast has been found of stealing from a government security adviser, to buy protein shakes. Yes, protein shakes. Ok, I’m glad this happened in England, we definitely have enough issues within our government. I can see it on MSNBC now, high ranking US government official robbed by muscular female lover. As if our government officials don’t already have enough skeletons in their closets. But hey, would that really be a skeleton? It beats regular visits to prostitutes and drug dealers by some of our public trusting officials.
Anyways enough ranting about those who are wasting valuable oxygen. Irina somehow is convicted and get’s off with a slap on the wrist. She probably batted her beautiful eyes, flashed a sexy smile, or promised the judge some private posing in his chambers. Read the article for yourself, and check out the handful of pictures I found for this muscular crook.
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Russian gymnast steals from government security adviser to buy protein shakes
By: Andy Bloxham
Irina Cotton, 51, moved to the UK after the collapse of the USSR and became a bodybuilding champion, winning titles including “Super Body” and the “Musclemania” competition.
She was hired as the personal trainer of Jonathan Clark, a businessman whose firm advises the British government and Scotland Yard on the use of mobile phone data to stop terrorist attacks, after they met in a bar.
Mr Clark then moved her into a section of his home in Dartford, Kent, where she provided fitness training in lieu of paying rent.
Shortly afterwards, the businessman left his partner and Miss Cotton, a mother of two, became his lover.
Mr Clark, whose firm Forensic Telecommunications Services also works for HM Revenue and Customs, gave the bodybuilder his credit card details so she could purchase protein-rich drinks to boost his weight-loss regime.
The relationship broke down after only a month but Maidstone Crown Court was told that she continued to fund her body-building diet with his card as she trained for a national competition.
The businessman later noticed more than £400 missing from his account and the matter was reported to the police.
Mr Clarke told the court about how the pair met: “She told me about her job and that she was a professional bodybuilder.
“We discussed my fitness and a change of lifestyle – I was intent on becoming fitter and losing some weight.
“She had lost her job and we discussed her being my personal trainer. I was still living with my partner.
“The terms were she moved into a flat [at my home] and instead of paying rent she would provide a number of hours training per week.”
He admitted that they started a “closer relationship” after she moved into his flat last summer and that he bought her a year’s membership at the David Lloyd gym in Dartford.
Dickon Reid, mitigating, said Miss Cotton, was “living hand-to-mouth” because of an injury which prevented her from working as a personal trainer.
Miss Cotton, of Greenhithe, Kent, denied fraud but was convicted by a jury before Judge Michael Carroll gave her a conditional discharge.
Judge Carroll said: “This was what might be described as an act of spite or retribution.
“You thought Mr Clark had let you down with a broken promise to support you.”
Miss Cotton, who was born in the Ukraine, claims a string of sporting titles, including Master of Sport, granted under the former Soviet Union.
She was also Ukrainian Miss Physique Champion and, after moving to the UK in 1993, won the UK Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation British Championships three times.
Her CV claims she “represented the Soviet Union in many national and International competitions mainly with the Olympic program” and was Miss East Anglia Figure (second place) in 2006.
Her personal motto is: “If you don’t wish big, do not bother wishing at all.”
Speaking outside court, she disputed her conviction.
She said: “I was so concerned about my result for the British finals as it’s a very, very big commitment and I was dedicated to this. I could not afford to make any mistakes.
“I’m a very open and honest person. I do believe from the bottom of my heart that I had permission to buy the supplements.
“I never waste a second in the gym and I give 110 per cent because I want to get results.
“I am ashamed of what has happened because people think I am a bad person, but I truly believe I was allowed to buy the supplements.”