The ‘Angelina Jolie ‘ zombie’ contracted coronavirus in a prison iranian

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He rose to fame a few years ago as the protagonist of the viral … the more crazy of the last times: it’s called Sahar Tabar (her real name is Fatemeh Khishvand), and was a young iranian woman who apparently had performed around 50 operations of aesthetics to look like his idol, the actress Angelina Jolie. However, the result of such a transformation was mesmerizing to all and sundry, as the young man resembled more to a zombie anorexic the actress in question. However, in a few days they confirmed that the story was false and the own protagonist admitted that it had all been a mounting object to become famous and get followers on the social networks. In the end, it was discovered that their peculiar appearance is due to a mixture of makeup, prosthetics special effects and Photoshop.



Sahar Tabaar revolutionized the networks a few years ago.

Sahar Tabaar revolutionized the networks a few years ago.
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Sahar, who is now 18 years, became famous at the global level, but that also caused him to cease and mail to to prison for their activity on Instagram last October, accused of ‘blasphemy’, ‘corruption’, and encourage young people to ‘commit follies’, among other crimes. It is there where now various media are reporting that has contracted coronavirus (despite the fact that the director of the centre denies it) and according to confirms the Center for Human Rights in Iran (JANET), Mohammad Moghiseh, the judge who is hearing your case, has rejected the request of his lawyers to release it and that can be treated disease, despite the fact that were released more than 85,000 prisoners only last month, precisely, to be able to fight the virus. The number of cases in Iran exceeds the 78.000with most of 4,860 dead for the moment and continues to increase, being the most affected country in the Middle East.

Sahar Tabar became known for her resemblance to Angelina Jolie, thanks to the makeup and editing with Photoshop.

Sahar Tabar became known for her resemblance to Angelina Jolie, thanks to the makeup and editing with Photoshop.
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“The issue goes far beyond the case of Fatemeh”, says the lawyer for Human Rights Payam Derafshan the J., “Many women in this prison we have contacted to tell us that they are afraid by the coronavirus. [Fatemeh] it is our client and we have the right to follow their case, but we don’t know how many more of them are the same limbo in the country’s prisons. It would benefit the prisons that these women go out free; the medical staff of many of these prisons has been sick, but there are too many legal obstacles”.



The detention of Sahar was a as “punitive” for youth of the country, since Instagram is one of the few social networks that are allowed to use in Iran, and even if it is subjected to a strong censorship, many are turning to it for able to exercise their freedom of expression.


The lawyers of the young woman continue to work for their freedom.