Angelina Jolie's 'ghost' sentenced to 10 years in Iran

Angelina Jolie's 'ghost' sentenced to 10 years in Iran
Iran's Instagram star Fateham Khishwand, known as the 'ghost' of Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. She was arrested last year on charges of misleading Ishanand and the youth. She was also infected with the Corona virus during his imprisonment in April. Fatemeh Khishwand is also known as Sahar Tabar in Iran.

Iran's senior journalist and social activist Masih Alainazad on Friday revealed Fateh Khishwand's sentence. She has also requested the release of this Instagram star. Explain that Iran has strict punishment against blasphemy. The journalist claimed that Fateh Khishwand, the youngest, has been unjustly punished.

Iran's social media has claimed that this Instagram star is completely innocent. She photographs herself using makeup and photoshop, using Angelina Jolie. This does not in any way become a case of blasphemy. People are also appealing to Angelina Jolie to support her release.

As reported by Iran's Tasnim News, Fatemeh Khishwand was arrested in October 2019 on charges of inciting youth, promoting corruption and blasphemy. Her Instagram account has since been deleted. After a long court hearing, Fatehme Khishwand was convicted.

In 2017, Fateh, popularly known as Sahar on social media, underwent about 50 surgeries to look like Angelina Jolie. Sahar then reveals that she does not allow her weight to exceed 40 kilograms, but Sahara also loses her real nan-nash in her desire to look like Angelina.

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