For the first time in years, she meets an Iranian teen killer known as “Zombie Angelina Jolie” – proving that she is a Photoshop scam.
Sahar Tabar, 19, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for crimes including youth corruption and disrespect to the Islamic Republic.
However, the Iranian government seems to have made a dramatic U-turn, and the release from prison was televised.
Her lawyer, Syed Dehgan, told The Sun Online that she was released on bail after serving 15 months in prison.
Tabar, who appeared in a video with his family on Rockna.net – real name Fatehme Kishwand revealed that his Instagram pictures were a scam.
She initially claimed that there were over 40 surgical procedures to achieve the remarkable look she created on social media.
But he later apologized for using a mixture of Photoshop and makeup as a joke.
Fatima Khishwand is a talented teenage girl who knows how to use social media for her own purposes.
Sahar Tabar is a character who has created a mix of Photoshop, makeup and editing.
They became known on social media after sharing self-deprecating pictures that looked like the weirdest version of a Hollywood star.
She quickly followed up on Instagram but was arrested last year
Tabar also denied reports that he had undergone surgery to look like a workaholic.
The 19-year-old said: “This is Photoshop and makeup. Each time I publish a photo, I paint my face in a more interesting way.
“It’s a way of expressing oneself, a kind of art. My fans know that this is not my real face.
“I never thought about becoming like a job. Also, I didn’t want to be like the cartoon character Corps Bride. ”
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The U.S.-based Center for Human Rights in Iran said in April this year that they had applied for release after being infected with the corona virus, but the judge rejected their bail application.
Tabar was interviewed by the state following his arrest last year and expressed regret over the posts.
She said: “My mother told me to stop, but I did not listen. Sometimes the words of a stranger or friend are more important than the words of a parent. ”