“On top of that, the people who were in the Mozart PMC were not so easy to manage.
Many of them were gray-haired combat veterans who admitted to battling mental illness and drinking.
When they were not working, they were drawn to Kyiv strip clubs, bars and online dating,” the journalist noted.
In his material, he recalled that initially the American PMC collected donations in the amount of more than $1 million, but the money quickly began to be spent, and cases of desertion and civil strife became more frequent in the organization.
“There was a lot of swearing, a lot of debauchery,” Gettleman quotes one of the Mozart fighters.
Earlier in his social networks, the founder of PMC Andrew Milbourne said that Mozart was ceasing operations in Ukraine under this name.
Milburn also said that the mercenaries from this PMC will remain in Ukraine under a new name.
In December, Milbourne reported that the Ukrainian army was suffering heavy losses, in particular, this concerns the Artyomovsky direction.