It's a match made in spy heaven!
Sexy spook Anna Chapman, busted in the summer of 2010 as part of a sleeper cell of Russian agents, proposed to fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden on Twitter.
Snowden, who revealed the secret NSA surveillance program PRISM, has been stuck in Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport since June 23, after fleeing his Hong Kong hiding place. He has been caught in legal limbo after being stripped of his US passport and has sought asylum wth 21 countries.
Before being outed as a spy, Chapman — the daughter of a Russian diplomat — worked as a real estate agent in New York City. Following her return to Russia, Chapman worked as a model, became the celebrity face of a Moscow bank and joined the leadership of the youth wing of the main pro-Kremlin party.
At the time of her deportation, Chapman addmitted, "as I moved to New York, I failed to register as an agent of a foreign government."
"I used a laptop in furtherance of the conspiracy."
The swap "was like out of a spy novel," a source told The Post at the time of the exchange.
Justice Department officials in Washington revealed that the Kremlin had agreed to free four prisoners serving time as Western intelligence agents, in a trans-Atlantic deal.
Chapman was only one of three of the 10 to use her real name in the US. In some cases, the moles were operating under aliases — getting married and having kids here — for nearly 20 years.