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Anna Chapman, the Russian spy who was recently deported from the United States, has become an advisor to the president of a Moscow bank.
Chapman, who was among 10 Russian sleeper agents arrested in the United States in June, has been an advisor on investment and innovation since October 1, a statement from the Fondservicebank said.
She is also engaged in writing a book about the potential of web resources, the statement said.
Chapman, the sultry spy who attracted worldwide media attention after her arrest, put in an unexpected appearance at the Baikonur space center last week, where she watched the launch of Russia's Soyuz TMA-M spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS).
While the other members of the group have kept out of sight since a Russia-U.S. spy swap in July, Chapman has been cashing in on her celebrity status, including a photo session for the celebrity magazine Zhara (Heat).
MOSCOW, October 11 (RIA Novosti)
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