Maxim Chamorkovsky is out of Ukraine and safe. The DWTS Pro was able to flee the country after facing a Russian attack in his home country – and even after being arrested.
After experiencing a “reality check” on how dangerous the Russian invasion of Ukraine has become, Maxim “Max” Chamorkovsky Has found its way safely out of danger. Maskim, 42, revealed that he had fled his country on February 28, joining the thousands of refugees who had fled the country. The Dancing with the stars The pro said he was getting out of the train.
“I built it on a train. We are moving to Warsaw (hopefully). Trains were not an option for Lviv. The situation at the train station is crazy, “he wrote on his Instagram story. “At first it seems manageable, but when it comes time to get on the train, it gets worse. Long story short but now I can only say that I am a big man who has nothing but a backpack. It is painful. ”
The former DWTS Pro added: “Currently, I am in a cabin with 4 adults and 7 children (ages 2-11), usually with a maximum of 3 people. In this particular wagon, usually And there are 30 people. We were told we had to fit 135. Walkways are full. People everywhere. It’s sweaty and claustrophobic. “
In a separate Instagram story, Max recalls an emotional moment between a father and son. “What finally broke me when I saw an eight-year-old boy crying and not wanting to leave his father. I will not be able to help, “he wrote.
Peta MurgatroidHer husband gave an update on his condition on Monday (February 28). “[There’s] Great fighting everywhere. The streets are crazy. At one point, I was arrested. “But all is well, promise,” Max said in an Instagram video. “As far as Ukraine is concerned, this was probably the least painful moment of all this, but for me, it was a fact check.” Max added that he had “a lot to unpack” after experiencing this. “I am not in the mood to do that right now. I’m just trying to stay focused. “Max added that he was going to make his way across the border, acknowledging – somewhat ruthlessly – that his wealth and fame made him the best choice. Provided. Even so, he was still “nervous about being honest.”
“Don’t worry if I disappear for a minute,” he said at the end of the video. “Because I know a lot of people are watching from now on, that I’m not in touch with my friends, my distant family. I’m not answering a lot of texts and a lot of calls. In an earlier message, Max described how it took a friend about two days to cover the short distance to the Ukrainian-Polish border, and that it was a test for anyone to get out of the war.
As soon as the Russian invasion began, Maskim gave an update on his experience in Kyiv. “The situation is very serious,” he said on February 25. “Men, women, boys, the people I was judging a few days ago are moving forward and carrying guns and working to defend the country.”
Maxim and his brother, Valentin “Wall” ChamorkovskyBoth were born in Odessa, Ukraine, and immigrated to the United States with their family in 1994. For the past six months, Maxim has been traveling to the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, to shoot movies. World Dance UAPer Page six. Vail wrote on February 25 that his parents fled the country because they knew “their children would eventually see war” if they stayed. If Vail had stayed behind, he would have been on the front lines defending my house at the moment. Don’t want to !! ”