The final two models jailed for posing naked on a Dubai balcony with several others have been released from their prison hell.
Now back in her home city of Kyiv, Ukraine, Vogue model Evgenia Taran, 21, has called herself a survivor following her time behind bars.
It is understood fellow national and nude model in crime, Anastasia had contracted coronavirus in Dubai so was held until she tested negative for the virus.
The playboy behind the illegal stunt involving more than 20 models, Vitaliy Grishin, 41, remains in custody in Dubai.
Grishin – who holds a US passport – has been pictured in the past with A-listers ranging from George Clooney to Barack Obama – to whom he was a financial donor.
Also released, was a Russian man present when the shoot took place named Alexey Kontsov, 33, an IT company boss.
He was returning to Russia.
It was not immediately clear if Grishin remained in detention but he had been tipped to face a sentence of one and a half years over the scandal.
The Vogue model admitted being part of the group – and admitted her mistakes.
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Taran said: "I was in Dubai detention centre, you probably know the story with the naked photos on the balcony, because you hear about it from every (outlet)."
She admitted she was filmed at the same piano in a luxury Dubai apartment that Grishin had played when he was surrounded by 20 naked women, mostly from Ukraine.
Taran told of the deprivations in jail and said: "I made a lot of conclusions, realised my mistakes and to some extent (I am) grateful for what happened.
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"I am in Kyiv again, I love everyone, I hug. Appreciate what you have."
She told her followers she had been locked up for 14 days over the naked picture, longer than all but one of the other women.
"The light was on 24/7 and there was endless knocking air conditioning," she said. "The lack of toilet paper, spoons, and human attitude from employees goes without saying.
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"But the most terrible thing is ignorance, because your questions are not answered, and they allow you to contact the world according to their mood, and for money."
She said: "The only thing that saved me there were the books I somehow managed to beg for."
Other models released earlier said they were treated like "animals".
The women were accused of offending public decency, and have been banned from Gulf countries for at least five years.
Taran has been pictured by Vogue HongKong and ZipMagazine Hong Kong.
She has appeared on the catwalk at Ukraine Fashion Week.
Photographer Alexander Ten flew out to Russia before Dubai police started rounding up the participants.
He is described as wanted by law enforcement in the United Arab Emirates.
Several Russian models escaped from Dubai before police rounded up the participants.
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