Vlada Dzyuba was one of the famous Russian models who died at the age of 14. The 14-year-old Russian model died during a three-month modeling assignment in China after suffering from "utter exhaustion."
After extremely tiring 12-hour fashion show in Shanghai, Dzyuba collapsed into a coma. See the full details here:
Sources claim that the 14 years old Russian model was on "slave labor" contract and could not seek any medical treatment.
After 12 hours fashion show in Shanghai, Dzyuba collapsed into a coma. Sadly, she did not gain consciousness and died after two days. She was suffering from chronic meningitis and utter exhaustion.
Actually, Dzyuba was allowed to work for only three hours a week. Several Russian models are sent to China, but now after Dzyuba's tragic death case, people have started raising questions about the working environment and conditions of the models.
Now, Moscow demands an explanation and brief description on how Dzyuba lived during her time working in Asia. The Siberian Times claim that her temperature went drastically low just before she was all set to go out on the catwalk.
Vlada Dzyuba's mother, Oksana claimed:
She was calling me, saying 'Mama, I am so tired. I so much want to sleep.
It must have been the very beginning of the illness. And then her temperature shot up.
Oksana was trying to get a visa to fly out to be with her daughter before she collapsed. She also admitted and regretted not checking Dzyuba's contract whether she had a proper medical insurance or not.
For now, Kremlin human rights ombudsman in Perm, Pavel Mikov, is investigating to know the exact reason behind the girl's death.