The woman in question is Mila Antonova, a Russian bridge player who first encountered Gates in the summer of 2009 when she was in her mid-20s, while Gates then would have been 53. Gates, who was still married at the time to his now-ex-wife Melinda, supposedly had an affair with Antonova.
Perhaps just as bad as the large age difference between the two is the fact that Antonova seems to have a strong connection to Chapman.
Chapman, the daughter of a former KGB officer and who worked as a model and media personality in the United States, was arrested in June 2010 after investigators discovered that she was part of an illegal Russian espionage ring.
She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to act as an unregistered agent and was deported to Russia along with nine other spies as part of a massive prisoner swap.
Right before Chapman was arrested, sometime in late 2009 to early 2010, she and Antonova took a picture together of them strolling through a street in New York City. This suspicious photograph has raised questions regarding Antonova's potential connection to the spying scheme or any other wrongdoing, and how implicated Gates is in this whole scandal.
The suspicious photograph of Antonova and Chapman resurfaced just days after the Wall Street Journal published a report showing pedophile Jeffrey Epstein blackmailing Gates over his affair with Antonova.
Epstein met Antonova in November 2013 when she and Boris Nikolic – a confidant of Gates who at the time worked as his chief advisor for science and technology – petitioned Epstein to help fund their business proposal. (Related: Before "killing himself," disgraced pedophile Jeffrey Epstein threatened to expose Bill Gates for affair with Russian bridge player.)
Antonova claims that she did not know who Epstein was when they first met, believing that he was just a "successful businessman and wanted to help."
While Epstein ended up not investing in Antonova's business proposal, she did admit that the convicted pedophile lent her money to go to a software programming boot camp.
"Epstein agreed to pay and he paid directly to the school. Nothing was exchanged. I don't know why he did that," claimed Antonova. "When I asked, he said something like, he was wealthy and wanted to help people when he could."
Several years later, in 2017, emails uncovered by the Wall Street Journal show that Epstein contacted Gates about Antonova, years after their alleged affair had ended, asking to be reimbursed for what he spent on Antonova's coding school.
People interviewed by the Wall Street Journal strongly suggested that the sum of Antonova's schooling was immaterial, and Epstein was more interested in blackmailing Gates for having the affair with her.
A spokesperson for Gates claims that the email came after the convicted sex offender struggled and failed to persuade Gates to participate in a multibillion-dollar charitable fund that Epstein was trying to establish.
"Mr. Gates met with Epstein solely for philanthropic purposes. Having failed repeatedly to draw Mr. Gates beyond these matters, Epstein tried unsuccessfully to leverage a past relationship to threaten Mr. Gates," said the spokeswoman, who added that Gates did not pay Epstein. "Mr. Gates had no financial dealings with Epstein."
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