You have a beautiful face and obviously the camera loves you. The images with you in the fur wrap are wonderful -- but unfortunately that's where it ends for me.
1. Your bio is way too long, gives information that is both uninteresting and unneeded and reads like you wrote the bio as if you were advertising for a husband. Shorten the bio. Check spelling (it's break, not brake) and stick to the essentials of why a photographer or agency would want to engage you? I.e., I doubt an agency is interested in the fact that you speak multiple languages?
2. Your pictures are all over the place and scream "snapshots." The picture of you in Russia is the best example. Other than the two shots that I mentioned scrap everything and start by finding a photographer who will work with you to develop a balanced portfolio, including headshots, location shots and images that enhance you the model.
Again, I think you are lovely and have a future in the business. You just have to get your feet on the ground. : )
Cut down on that profile. No one needs to know how much you love coffee and handbags and how much you want to hang out with Angelina Jolie. No one needs to know how much you love animals and how your heart breaks for the abandoned ones. No one needs to know that you're looking for paid gigs in order to buy those fancy handbags. And it's one thing to say that you don't tolerate last-minute cancellations; it's something else to say that because of your Russian heritage you might burn down the person's house... then say "let's all keep it professional." What you said was anything but professional.
Don't even joke about threats of violence.
The portfolio is mostly snapshots and doesn't reflect five years of experience. You've got a few portworthy images -- the two B&W headshots and keep one (not both) of the two shots in white fur. The rest, replace at the earliest opportunity.