influencer gives positive covid 19 in jail

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Celebrity Sahar Tabar, who became known as the double of the actress Angelina Jolieby their great physical resemblance because of plastic surgeries, she contracted coronavirus, covid-19 in a prison Tehran, capital of Iran, having entered in October, 2019, by inciting young people to corruption, among other practices.

In accordance with the Centre for Human Rights in Iran, Sahar Tabar,
who became influencer because of the similarities with the protagonist of the tape Maleficentis is admitted to the Hospital Sina and connected to a respirator, however, it still remains under the custody of the State.

“He has been detained in Tehran since she was arrested in October of 2019, in the midst of a nationwide crackdown against the celebrities of Instagram. His widely followed account on Instagram it contained photos of her in ways altered drastically, often with a lot of make-up and costumes of their represented (Angelina Jolie) like a zombie,” described the non-governmental organization on Fatemeh.

Through social networks, the Centre for Human Rights he shared a publication in which explains that “Sahar Tabar”, as it was known in its account of instagram, faces charges for carrying out their freedom of expression, to encourage young people to perform acts outside of reason, missing the established and sacred in Iran, in addition to obtain income illegally.

According to the information disseminated by the non-governmental organization in its official site Center for Human Rights in Iranthe Organization of the United Nations he urged Iran to release them, temporarily, to prisoners who have not advocated nor practiced violence (prisoners of conscience), as well as those with dual nationality and foreigners.

“We ask the iranian authorities to accelerate the review independent and impartial investigation of all suspected cases of arbitrary detention and to release immediately and permanently, to all persons who are deprived of their liberty arbitrarily,” reads one of the articles shared by the human rights organization.

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