A RUSSIAN schoolgirl who claimed a 10-year-old boy made her pregnant now allegedly makes nearly £5,000 a month online after notching up one MILLION followers.
Darya Sudnishnikova, who was 13 when she conceived her daughter, has a huge following on TikTok and Instagram.
Boasting at her online earnings from promoting products to her followers, the 14-year-old said: “Now I have more money than ever.
"I can afford absolutely everything for myself and my child.”
She earns around 12 times the average adult monthly salary in her region of Russia, and far more than her mother and stepfather combined, making her the main breadwinner in the family.
Last year she claimed that her boyfriend Ivan, who still in primary school, had made her pregnant, but experts said this was impossible since he was pre-pubescent.
Darya posted pictures and videos to show she is back at school after a period of online learning due to the pandemic.
She has accused teachers of giving her low marks because they do not approve of her social media fame.
Darya had asked to have a year off following the birth of her seven-month-old daughter Emilia – or Milya – but her school told her to come back sooner.
“Teachers started giving me lower grades and sometimes don't give me good grades at all.”
Darya also hit back trolls who have criticised her for her new found wealth.
“I carried this child for nine months. I went through 16 hours of contractions and gave birth.
“I can now afford absolutely anything for my child. She now has more than I ever did. I make more money than your parents put together.
“Because of my 500,000 roubles a month, my child will not be in need.”
She became a social media sensation after detailing the trials and tribulations of her pregnancy.
This followed a nationwide TV appearance when she insisted Ivan was the father after they had slept together.
But later after experts saying her pregnancy with the boy was impossible she confessed that she had been raped in her hometown by an older boy.
Police are investigating the case and it is believed they have taken a DNA sample from the girl.
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