BunnyRanch Boss Says Putin’s Claim That Russian Prostitutes are ‘Best in the World’ Is ‘Ridiculous’

Dennis Huff, the owner of the the Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevada, is pushing back on Vladimir Putin’s recent claim that Russian prostitutes are “undoubtedly the best in the world.”

The boss of the famed brothel, featured in HBO’s “Cathouse,” told TheWrap that his employees are so convinced that they’re better than their Russian counterparts, they’re willing to prove it.

“BunnyRanch girls are offering Putin a two-hour bondage cage session for some intense discipline,” Huff told TheWrap. “They want to show him just how talented they are.”

Speaking in Moscow on Tuesday, the Russian leader told reporters at the Kremlin that he doesn’t believe Donald Trump hired prostitutes when he visited Russia in 2013. But the interview took a somewhat bizarre turn when Putin started boasting about the high quality of Russian sex workers.

“I find it hard to believe that he rushed to some hotel to meet girls of loose morals,” Putin said. “Although ours are undoubtedly the best in the world.”

Putin’s bragging apparently touched a nerve among staff-members of the BunnyRanch, who say they are disappointed that the president-elect failed to defend their high-class reputation.

“During the election, we had 300 ‘Hookers for Hillary‘ and 240 ‘Tramps for Trump,’” Huff explained. “He’s offended 540 girls and their customers who love them.”

According to Huff, “Comparing our girls to Russian girls is ridiculous,” because unlike Russian prostitute who “have sex for money out of desperation,” American prostitutes take pride in their work.

“They look at themselves as sexual nurses, healing men one penis at a time,” he said.

And luckily for Putin, no cameras will be rolling.

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