New York, July 2 (ANI): It seems suspected Russian spy Anna Chapman has become a star back home, with fans on her social Web sites offering their support.
While some suggested that the whole thing was done to take away attention from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, others said she was a pawn in the hands of the Americans.
"Amerikosi [derogatory term for Americans] orchestrated the scandal with Anna to distract their fatties' attention from the Gulf," the New York Daily News quoted an anonymous fan as writing on Chapman's Russian version of Facebook.
"Anna, don't worry they will work things through and let you go. Afterwards, Playboy will offer you a ton of money for a few pictures! You can also write a book!" Dimitri Kotov wrote.
Gregory, 46, who lives in the United States wrote: "They are happy to have found an innocent sheep who would play with the wolf. She was growing up peacefully in her town wishing to conquer the world. Let her dream, there's nothing wrong with that."
"Free Anushka! Lousy Americans - let the girl go!" Vadim Sysoev wrote.
"Amerikosi have always been afraid of Russians. And they just confirmed it once more," wrote Elena, from Volgograd (Stalingrad), Chapman's hometown.
"I'm sorry that Bush people made you the victim of their plan to put an end to Russia-US rapprochement," Michael, 29, who said he lives in the U.S., stated. (ANI)