Viki Odintcova Flaunts Ample Cleavage In A Sexy Black Dress, Shares Her Story Of Being Scammed Online

Russian model Viki Odintcova recently went online and treated her 5.1 million followers to a sexy new snapshot.

In the picture, which was uploaded on Tuesday, March 31, Viki was rocking a black dress. To spice things up, she slipped the spaghetti straps of the dress off her shoulders to show off an ample amount of cleavage. As she sat on a sofa with her legs spread apart, she also put her long legs on full display to titillate her fans.

Viki wore her brunette tresses down and allowed them to cascade over her right shoulder and bosom, while in terms of makeup, she decided to go with subtle shades. The application featured a dark-beige shade of foundation that matched her sunkissed skin tone. She dusted her cheeks with a nude blush and rocked a nude lipstick, multi-colored eyeshadows, and defined eyebrows. The model also applied some highlighter for an illuminating look, while she had her toenails painted with a white polish.

For the picture, she sat in a room while leaning against a wall. She lightly touched her hair, parted her lips, and looked away from the camera to strike a pose.

According to the geotag, the snap was captured in Viki's hometown of Moscow, Russia. She included a long caption with the post, written in Russian. According to a Google translation, she discussed a recent incident related to how she was scammed online while she was trying to sell a pair of shoes that she had never worn. She added that while it was sad to see how people can go to any lengths to make money through deception, it was funny how she got deceived so easily.

Within five hours of posting, the snap amassed more than 111,000 likes and close to a thousand comments where fans and followers not only praised the model for her hot looks but also sympathized with her, relating to the story she shared.

"Wow, you are a gorgeous woman. I love you so much," one of her ardent admirers commented.

"What a beautiful lady. I wish you were mine, my love," another user chimed in.

"Hello, gorgeous. So sorry that it happened to you but welcome to the real online world. Be safe next time," a third person wrote.

"Quarantine with you would be heaven," a fourth fan remarked.

The snap was also liked by many other models and influencers, including Anna Miller, Natasha Lee, and Yanita Yancheva.