X Factor Ukrainian Star Brutally Attacked by Russian Neo-Nazi Group (Video)

Alexander Bohun, a former contestant on Ukraine’s version of The X Factor, is apparently the latest victim of the Russian Neo-Nazi organization Occupy Pedophilia.



Spectrum Human Rights reports that the the 24-year-old victim was beaten by the Russian Neo-Nazi group, who have become well known for kidnapping, torturing and publicly humiliating gay men on film.

It appears that Bohun responded to a personal ad on Russian social media site VK, only to be greeted by the anti-gay hate group and its founder, Maxim “The Cleaver” Martsinkevich.



While held prisoner and threatened with further violence, Brohun was forced to confess on camera to having sought out sex with a minor.

Spectrum Human Rights

Russian news publication “Arguments and Facts” reported on November 29, 2013 about a brutal attack on the star of the Ukrainian version of the popular British television music talent show for aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions, called X Factor.

According to that newspaper:

“Police is investigating whether the founder of the movement “Occupy Pedophilia” has beaten the Ukrainian star.

One of the participants of the show X Factor Alexander Bohun accused the founder of the movement “Occupy Pedophilia”, Maxim Martsenkevich (“Cleaver” or “Slasher”), to have beaten him. For this reason, the Department of the Interior Ministry of the Leninsky District in Sebastopol (Crimea), has opened a criminal investigation into the matter, reports TSN.


According to Alexander Bohun, Martsenkevich has beaten him repeatedly, intimidated him by violence and forced him to make a series of false statements in front of the camera. “I was referred to as “pedophile” illegally, mocked, and forced to admit actions and desires that I have not committed in any circumstances, and I had to admit all that publicly”, he said.
The counsel of the “star”, Elena Kherson, said that Martsenkevich broke the law, accusing a man of a crime without any investigation or trial. “There is no evidence of the involvement of Alexander Bohun, in the crime of which “Slasher” accused him, “she said.” And most importantly, he is the victim. “

In addition, she said she wanted to lift the ban on dissemination of the video where Alexander Bohun admitted he was a pedophile. In those shoots, we can see Martsenkevich shaving the head of the singer, painting it with a rainbow marker, making him drink a cup of urine and pouring it in a few gallons on his head.”
On the video Martsenkevich provided a few words of encouragement for his victim:
“Basically I would not kill you because you’re gay” told “Slasher” to him. “I would send you to a concentration camp, organize parades for gays there, dress you as a woman, and make you sing songs. Take a good care of you.”

Translation into English was provided by our trusted source Jean Rossignol (@jrossignol).

The video featuring Mr. Bohun’s torture was initially uploaded on November 22, 2013 by the Ukrainian brach of the Russian Neo Nazi group on the infamous Russian social network VK.com: