Russian President Vladimir Putin raided the St. Petersburg residence of Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin after his failed uprising in Russia.
On June 24, the pro-Kremlin Izvestia newspaper published photos and videos of armed officers searching Prigozhin's mansion while he was in exile in Belarus.
In Prigozhin's house, the cops found numerous weapons, as well as gold bars, a stuffed crocodile and a framed photograph allegedly of the severed heads of the military leader's enemies.
The images of the raid also featured a large closet containing many different wigs in styles and colors ranging from gray to brown.
Numerous photos showing Prigozhin wearing a wig as part of various disguises have been leaked on state-sponsored Russian Telegram channels.
However, Prigozhin's supporters argued that leaking the footage could violate Russia's strict national security laws, arguing that the oligarch was acting as a state agent, given Wagner's ties to the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service.
Billionaire Prigozhin was allegedly disguised in Africa and the Middle East to advance Putin's interests and deploy Wagner forces.
On the other hand, the Wagner leader's mansion has many luxurious facilities, from a sauna to a spa, a gym and a giant dining room.