The Angelina Jolie Zombie is spread in a jail in Iran


Her name is Sahar Tabar, although his real name is Fatemeh Khishvand, rose to fame as one of the characters most gloomy of the internet in recent times, it was rumored that was performed more than 50 surgeries cosmetic to look like his idol, the american actress Angelina Jolie.

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In spite of that she was looking to look like Jolie ended up being considered as your version of “zombie anorectic” of the actress.

They were all crazy and impressed with its look, however, she confirmed that the story was false and she admitted that it was an assembly with the purpose of becoming famous and getting some followers on social networks.

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Revealing that his aspectofue his creation, a mix of makeup, prosthetics, special effects and digital editing in Photoshop, something that made his appearance was so exotic and super far from the reality, so that impacts anyone.

Now that you are 18 years, returned to win the fam, but this time at a global level, triggering her arrest and went to jail for a few publications that he made in his Instagram in October of last year, accused of “blasphemy”, “corruption” and incite young people to “go crazy”, among other accusations.

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There, in prison is where to ensure that has been infected c0rona(although the director of the centre denies it) and the Center for Human Rights in Iran (JANET) reported that Mohammad Moghiseh, the judge handling his case, he had to refuse the request of his lawyers to release it and that it can be cured outside, although it was released more than 85,000 prisoners only last month, precisely, to be able to combat this situation.

In Iran there are more than 78,000 infected, with most of 4,860 loss of life at the moment and on the rise, colocandose as the most affected country in the Middle East.

“The issue goes far beyond the case of Fatemeh”, says the lawyer for the Human Rights Payam Derafshan to JANET, “Many women in this prison we have contacted to tell us that they fear for the c0rona. Sahar 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”.

Their detention is sought to be an example to the youth of the country, since Instagram is one of the few social networks that are allowed to use in Iran, with a high of censorship, but yet so many resort to it in order to exercise their freedom of expression. Their lawyers are still in the struggle to release it.