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He worked tirelessly, and began to learn German, Spanish, Italian, French, and even some Turkish. By the second week, he could size up a customer’s nationality and address him in his own tongue.
He didn’t, however, take quite as well to the business side of things.
We're told one teenager became so intoxicated he almost drowned in the backyard pool.
Wallace surrendered herself at Mobile County Metro Jail on Monday and was released a short time later, according to jail records.
The most reliable version, however, centers on a shop called Russian Souvenirs.
It is an upscale outfit owned by Ternovskiy’s uncle Sasha, who hired his nephew to work there as a salesman during the summer of 2008, five days a week, eleven hours a day.
Wallace was charged with two counts of child abuse, one open house party offense, and two felony counts of providing alcohol to a minor.The details of the case are shocking, says Assistant District Attorney Nicki Patterson.Wallace also allegedly played a potentially deadly game of Russian roulette with the minors.Andrey Ternovskiy, an eighteen-year-old high-school dropout from Moscow, has a variety of explanations for why he created the Web site According to one story, he got bored talking to people he already knew on Skype; according to another, it was a fund-raising ploy for a bike trip from Moscow to Amsterdam.
When you first enter the site you'll see two large black boxes and a blank area for text chat.