‘Angelina Jolie Zumbi’ Released From Jail, Shocks The Internet By Revealing Her Real Face For The First Time; check

After going viral as “Angelina Jolie Zombie” in 2017, Sahar Tabar (whose real name is Fatemeh Khishvand) has had her true self revealed to the world. Much to the shock of many, who for years were impressed – and worried – by her cadaverous gaze, the Iranian woman admitted that the undead effect in her clicks was the result of filters and editing. Discover the true face of the influencer:

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In an interview with Rokna, Tabar showed his true colors. (Picture: Reading/Daily Mail)

The revelation of Fatemeh’s “common face” came after he was released from prison in his home country. The reason for the arrest, even, had been his social media posts. In December 2020, according to the Daily Mail, she was sentenced to ten years in prison for “blasphemy” and “corruption”, in addition to disrespecting the use of the hijab in her country.

Ten years in prison for an Iranian Instagrammer who used make-up and Photoshop to become the zombie Angelina Jolie. A prank landed her in jail“, protested his lawyer at the time. She had also asked Angelina Jolie to organize a petition for the client. This week, however, the 21-year-old influencer was released from prison.

With the new freedom, she says she has changed her perception of social media. “I’m sure I won’t put Instagram on my phone anymore, let alone have an account there“, he assured the Rokna newspaper. Afterwards, Tahar said that she always wanted to be famous and saw the internet as an easy way to achieve her goal. “Time much easier than becoming an actress“, he explained.

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Tabar was released from prison after several protests that began in Iran since the death of Mahsa Amini. In September of this year, the young woman died while in police custody. She had been approached in Tehran for not wearing the hijab properly as her hair was partially uncovered.

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Sahar went viral on the internet in 2017. (Photo: Playback / Instagram)

According to Iranian law, since April 1983, all women have been required to wear the hijab in public. The rule applies to both local residents and visitors, regardless of belief or religion.

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