Viktória Jázmin became famous in December because she wore a cheap Zara dress in the international final of the Miss Universe beauty pageant in Eilat, Israel. She would have originally worn a dress designed by Richard Alexander Atelier, but the designer could not enter the country due to the pandemic. Now, she might lose her crown for telling the truth about what had happened then. However, despite the scandal, she helps Ukrainian refugees at Nyugati Railway Station in Budapest.
According to 168 óra, the model worked as a volunteer last weekend at the train station. As we reported HERE, thousands of Ukrainian refugees arrive in Budapest. Most of them are women and children who need help, so volunteers are welcomed by those trying to help.
Ms Jázmin worked as a volunteer for the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid. She shared a photo of her work on Instagram (our featured image). She wrote:
“Jetlagged, tired but even that couldn’t hold me back. 💚 First of all I wanna give the biggest shoutout to all the people who are there every single day and help Ukrainians to feel safe here in Hungary. I have to be honest it was not easy to see all the children and families most of them in those clothes they were wearing back home ‘cause all the time they had was to tie their shoes and run. I wanna urge you all to help if you can.”
168 óra reports that she wrote her post in English because her Hungarian is not the best, for which she received many attacks after the scandal. Interestingly, there was no media presence while she helped the refugees, for which nlc.hu praised her in their report. Márton Neményi, the photographer of the news outlet, was there and took some photos of her, which you can check out in their article.
The winner of last year’s Miss Universe Hungary
helped families with information and translated for them,
nlc.hu said. Later, she distributed donations at the train station. She was very busy, so nlc.hu did not disturb her with questions. However, other volunteers said she arrived without photographers or media hype. Moreover, she stayed to help as long as she was needed.
Here are some photos of the beautiful Hungarian model:
Blikk wrote in February that Ms Jázmin could lose her crown for sharing what had happened to her in Eilat, Israel. She told the media that she received no help from the organisers when it became clear her dress would not arrive in time.
“I would like to hold the Miss Universe Hungary title because that is not only a crown but everything my father taught me: honour, respect, and kindness,”
she told Blikk in February. The organisers of the international Miss Universe pageant believe that she breached her contract. The successful Hungarian model’s new management, on the other hand, does not consider the original contract binding. They say her contract was a slave contract.
Source: 168 óra, nlc.hu