The Russian modelling school accused of pushing two teenage girls into losing weight to the point where they developed life-threatening anorexia claim the girls' mother is to blame for their illness. Their mother Natalia Ledeneva blamed the girls' modelling school in the city of Voronezh for their plight, claiming they had been told to slim down until their cheekbones were visible if they wanted to be true catwalk stars. Now the owner of their modelling school Elena Tesmenitskaya has angrily hit back accusing their mother of ignoring warnings to seek urgent medical assistance - and instead putting them in for a top fashion show at Moscow Fashion Week. Tesmenitskaya insisted: 'Nobody asked them to lose weight. They were in perfect shape. She did not see the girls between April and September, because the school was on holiday, she said. I was just shocked. But she did not want to listen to me. She had time to arrange TV shows for the girls, but not to sort out their urgent health care.
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By Will Stewart for MailOnline. Teenage catwalk star twins described as 'living corpses' have made a remarkable recovery after five weeks in hospital, it was revealed today. The Russian child stars raised acute concern last year after they were 'ordered to lose weight ' by their modelling school. Latest pictures show Masha and Dasha Ledeneva, who had been described as anorexic, looking far healthier. Masha and Dasha Ledeneva, who were described as 'skin and bones', have been released from hospital after five weeks of treatment. Masha and Dasha Ledeneva in hospital, where they celebrated their 15th birthday and spent the festive period.
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