On Monday, former action star Steven Seagal toured a Ukrainian prison holding Ukrainian detainees. The visit comes just days after President Donald Trump said he would launch “fire and fury like the world has never seen” against North Korea if it continued to develop nuclear weapons. The trip is raising eyebrows in the U.K., where lawmakers say they’re not sure what Seagal would be able to do to help the prisoners, many of whom are political prisoners. Sean Bean, an actor who’s also known for his work on Game of Thrones, took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to voice his concern over the visit: Apparently people are happy that @StevenSeagal is visiting a Ukranian prison so that he can teach them how to act https://t.co/3fvx0YP4n7 — Sean Bean (@therealseanbean) August 12, 2017 Seagal is no stranger to controversial ventures.
U.S. actor Steven Seagal visits a prison in the U.K., days after visiting detained Ukrainian nationals
Steven Seagal made a surprise visit to a prison in the U.K. on Wednesday, days after visiting detained Ukrainian nationals. The actor reportedly toured HMP Brixton, which is home to 1,500 inmates and operates as the largest prison in London. The actor’s visit comes amid heightened tensions between the U.K., Ukraine and Russia over the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine.
U.S. actor Steven Seagal visited a prison in the U.K., days after visiting detained Ukrainian nationals
It has been announced that U.S. actor Steven Seagal visited a prison in the U.K., days after visiting detained Ukrainian nationals.
Steven Seagal, a well-known actor and film producer, recently visited a prison in the United Kingdom to visit some of the inmates.The actor has shown support for prisoners before, most notably in 2016 when he visited a prison in California to speak with inmates.