Finland was shocked by Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s scandalous party video, which sparked allegations of drug use
The gorgeous lawmaker, 36, partied with the A-list crowd in what appeared to be a private room and let her hair down.
After getting into trouble over a video showing her at a wild party with famous friends, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin angrily denied using narcotics.
The gorgeous lawmaker, 36, partied with the A-list crowd in what appeared to be a private room and let her hair down. She can be seen in a cellphone video dancing and having fun with the gang. Outraged by the offensive behavior, Marin allowed Finnish MP Mikko Kärnä to persuade Marin’s coalition partner, the Center Party, to undergo a voluntary drug test. However, the Prime Minister claimed she had “nothing to hide or hide” and denied using drugs.
Speaking at a press conference on August 18 at Kuopio’s Rissala Airport, Marin explained: “I haven’t taken any drugs, so it’s not a problem to take a drug test, but I also think it’s quite unusual for something like that to happen.” is required . She continued, “I haven’t seen any evidence that anything was used anywhere. She had previously claimed that she hadn’t been drinking much, justifying herself by claiming, “I danced, sang, partied and did legitimate things.” The videos Marin said were made a few weeks ago are also leaked, and she reacted angrily to the leaker. Marin added: “I trusted that the tapes would not be shared because they are private and were released at a private event. It seems awful that they aired.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin addresses the media during the first day of a closed session of the German federal cabinet in Meseberg, Germany, May 3, 2022. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Sweden and Finland are now seriously considering applying for membership of the NATO military alliance. Following Chancellor Scholz’s recent decision to supply Ukraine with heavy weapons and while the European Union works on a phased ban on imports of fossil fuels from Russia, the federal government is withdrawing.
When asked if the viral video warranted a police investigation, Marin replied that she wasn’t sure if anything unlawful happened and that it was “hardly a police concern.” She further said that about twenty people spent the evening in two different apartments. Apparently the party also went to two bars. Still, the stolen footage, sourced from a private Instagram account’s Instagram Stories, appears to show the Finnish PM and her circle of A-list friends drinking carefree. Finnish singer Alma and her sister Anna, rapper Petri Nygard, TV presenter Tinni Wikstrom, photographer and influencer Janita Autio, radio presenter Karoliina Tuominen and several MPs from her own Social Democratic Party are among the public figures depicted in the video.
The video drew criticism in Finland from those who felt Marin’s behavior was unsuitable for a global leader, especially given that Finland is currently under a state of emergency for ending its historic neutrality, joining NATO and entering the conflict with one entered aggressive Russia.
Because of her laid-back leadership style, Marin was named the “coolest politician in the world” by German newspaper Bild earlier this week. She was described as “relaxed, contemporary and confident” by the newspaper, who also noted that she “knows how to party too”. According to Bild, Marin belongs to the “cool generation” that Vladimir Putin does not like. Although the leaked movie drew a lot of criticism, other people think it will help her with attraction because many young people can relate to her behavior.