Bodybuilder Yuri Tolochko who split with his sex-doll ‘wife’ after four months of marriage and replaced her with a harem of latex beauties says fellow athletes are trying to force him out of the weightlifting federation due to his life choices and LGBT activism.
During his ‘marriage’ to his latex partner Margo, Tolochko posted numerous photos of them spending time together at the spa, beach and dining out together in fancy restaurants.
They were due to get married in March 2020 before the pandemic changed their plans. The wedding was delayed again after Tolochko was attacked during a transgender rally in the Kazakh city of Almaty on 31st October 2020.
The beefy bodybuilder has now claimed that fellow athletes are trying to force him out of the weightlifting federation due to his sexual activity and support for the LGBT community.
Tolochko told Newsflash in an exclusive interview: “On 10th and 11th May I took part in a power sports competition in Karaganda (a city in Kazakhstan).
“The competition was held by the NAP Federation. I became a double champion. I triumphed in two regular MSMK (international master of sports) disciplines in the national bench press and street-lifting categories. I also set two records for this federation.
“Everything was fine, but two weeks later a scandal erupted. Bullying and harassment began against me, and athletes in Karaganda began to put pressure on the NAP federation to exclude people like me.
“They sent letters to the president of the federation, which he told me about in a personal conversation, and then one of the athletes wrote a post on Instagram calling for the “suppression” of LGBT participants in competitions.
“He did not mention my name, but he described me very accurately, everyone knows who he was talking about.”
Tolochko told Newsflash: “However, the worst thing is that he calls for discrimination against all LGBT people and considers them ‘immoral’. Most of the athletes of the Karaganda national team supported this call, many wrote offensive comments.
“They also consider my lifestyle immoral, and the fact I support the LGBT community, they condemn my social actions in women’s clothing (performances and single pickets in support of women and animals).
“They also condemned the time I went to a rally in women’s clothes with the aim of supporting transgender people. There they beat me, broke my nose, chipped my teeth, and I suffered concussion.”
He added: “The Federation has not yet responded to their calls. There are also some reputable athletes on my side. I hope that their illegal calls will fall on deaf ears.”
Tolochko’s latex ‘wife’ Margo broke a month into wedlock and needed to be sent away in March this year. During her time away in the repair shop, her frustrated hubby started experimenting with other sex toys.
Tolochko, 36, added two new sex dolls called Lola and Luna at home and vowed that more would arrive soon.
Tolochko describes Lola as a gender-fluid sex doll: “Let me introduce you to you my new partner. This is Lola. Lola has not yet decided on her sexual and gender identity (she is searching).”