While the rest of the world wants nothing to do with NSA leaker Edward Snowden, one person is confessing her love to him, Yahoo reports. . Former Russian spy Anna Chapman tweeted a marriage proposal to Snowden followed by a tweet to a fake NSA Twitter account asking them "will you look after our children?"
Chapman is no stranger to having run-ins with the law. In 2010 she was deported back to Russia after it was discovered that she had been posing as a New York City real estate agent. She was accused of gathering information for Russia and was sent back to the country, along with nine others, as part of a prisoner swap. Since returning to Russia, life has been pretty good for the 31-year-old. She became somewhat of celebrity, landing modeling jobs and even hosted her own television show, "Secrets of the World."
Snowden's life has been less eventful since it was discovered that he was a spy. He has been stuck in Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport since June 23. His passport has been revoked and he has been desperately trying to get a country to take him in, the New York Daily News reports. Snowden has sent out 21 applications to different countries seeking asylum and has yet to have anyone accept his application.
On July 1, a little over a week since Snowden landed in Moscow a letter, supposedly by Snowden, was published on WikiLeaks. In the letter Snowden talked about how the Obama administration is interfering with him getting asylum by putting "pressure of the leaders from nations which I have requested protection to deny my asylum petitions."
According to the Huffington Post, many people felt that the letter was not written by the NSA leaker and believe it to be a fake. Snowden has been on the run since he released classified secrets of the NSA to the media. The Daily News reports that Snowden abruptly ended his relationship with his girlfriend, Lindsay Mills, once he began leaking secrets.