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Sahar Tabar, an Angelina Jolie lookalike “ Zombie ” is said to be on a fan in Iran after falling ill with a coronavirus in prison for her Instagram activity.
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Social media star Sahar Tabar, 22, whose real name is Fatemeh Khishvand, from Tehran, was brought to light after posting images of her strangely thin face.
Sahar Tabar Age
She is 22 years old.
Sahar Tabar Serious COVID-19 epidemic
But the 22-year-old woman, whose lawyers have asked for her release amid the country’s serious COVID-19 epidemic, is now seriously ill.
The Center for Human Rights in Iran, based in the United States, said a country’s judge refused to grant bail, despite the fact that the coronavirus is present in the country’s prisons.
Last month, the country released some 85,000 prisoners in an attempt to combat the deadly virus, which would have killed thousands more than official figures suggest.
“We find it unacceptable that this young woman caught the coronavirus in these circumstances when her arrest warrant was extended during that period in prison,” human rights lawyer Payam Derafshan told the organization on Wednesday.
Sahar Tabar Arrested in October
Sahar was arrested in October on charges of blasphemy, incitement to violence, inadequate income and incitement of young people to corruption, Tasnim news agency reported.
She was arrested by order of the Tehran Guidance Court, which deals with “cultural crimes and social and moral corruption”.
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The social media star became famous in 2017 after undergoing 50 surgeries to make her look like Oscar winning actress Ms. Jolie.
Later, she confirmed that her look was achieved mainly through makeup and editing.
Judge Mohammad Moghiseh
Judge Mohammad Moghiseh has repeatedly denied Sahar’s bail, although the kingdom has declared more than 70,000 cases of coronavirus.
Derafshan said it became a “habit” for officials to “deny everything” after claiming that Sahar had not contracted the disease.
“There is no point in denying this. The prison director should acknowledge the infection and admit that she was hospitalized,” he said.
He added that Sahar and the other non-violent detainees must also be released due to the epidemic.
Iran’s parliament said on Tuesday that the country probably suffered twice as many deaths from coronavirus than the official death toll in the country, a parliamentary report said.
The investigators said the official total included only people who died in the hospital and tested positive for the virus before they died, meaning that the actual number is higher.
Deaths in Iran from COVID-19
Iran officially reported 4,777 deaths from the virus – a number that aroused suspicion among experts and the international community.
The kingdom also recorded 76,389 cases of the virus, making it by far the worst epidemic in the Middle East.
The 46-page report from the Iranian Parliament’s research center, published online, has the weight of being written by non-partisan experts from the country.