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'The Challenge' Star Jordan Wiseley Distributing Supplies in Ukraine

TMZ.com Monday, 14 March 2022
"The Challenge" star Jordan Wiseley is finding more ways to make an impact on the ground in Ukraine ... distributing much-needed supplies brought over the border from Poland. Check out these images from Ukraine, where Jordan and his actor roommate…
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