Zombie copy Angelina Jolie dies from coronavirus in Iran's prisonPictolic
Iranian star Instagram the Fatema Husband, internationally known as "zombie copy Angelina Jolie" sick with coronavirus. The girl who published the frightening photo of his face under the pseudonym "Sugar Tabard", contracted in prison. There the girl planted in October 2019 on the national background of celebrity stalking social networks.
Now, according to the lawyers, the girl infected with coronavirus, is on artificial lung ventilation. But despite this, the authorities do not agree to release her from prison.
22-year-old Iranian Sugar Tabar gained fame on Instagram a couple of years ago for his attempts to be like angelina Jolie. According to rumors, the Sugar did about 50 plastic surgeries, trying to achieve affinity with the star. However, the conservative government of Iran has considered the action, the girls inappropriate, and in October 2019 Sugar was arrested on charges of immorality and blasphemy.
Since she is in jail because, according to lawyers for the girl, her refused to let go even after the country began the epidemic Covid-19. In the end, Sugar contracted the virus in prison. The disease runs hard and now she is on the ventilator. But now, outraged lawyers, the authorities refuse to release her from the prison for treatment.
Previously, Sugar was called "Iranian Angelina Jolie", but after using plastic surgery, she transformed herself not so much double, as in withered parody of a movie star, she increasingly became known as "zombie twin" of the famous actress.
Since the epidemic began in the fashion industry, Iran 85 000 prisoners released to slow the spread of infection, but Sugar is not one of them got.
Sugar was arrested in October 2019. Authorities have charged her guilty of blasphemy, abusive behavior, inappropriate ways of earning and the decline of the inappropriate behaviour of young people. She became famous for Sugar in 2017, when he said in social networks that desire to be like Jolie she made over 50 plastic surgeries.
Later she, however, admitted that her appearance in the photos — for the most part, a result of skillful application of makeup and photoshop. But the law didn't care: the girl was sent to prison, and the judge Mohammed Moghiseh repeatedly refused to release her even after the beginning of the epidemic of the coronavirus, when the number of cases exceeded 70 000.
According to Zarafshan, the court motivated the refusal to release the fact that, according to official information, in prison, where the girl coronavirus is missing. But in reality it is not.
In his view, all prisoners in prison for non-violent crimes, should be released for the sake of their health. Recently, Iran's government has acknowledged that deaths from the epidemic in the country can be twice more than the official statistics.
According to independent experts, the statistics of cases in Iran included only those who died in the hospital and was tested there virus with a positive result. In reality, the numbers, of course, higher. At the moment Iran reported more than 76 000 cases and 4 777 died from the disease, but the international community has many questions to these figures.
A few months before the arrest, the Sugar posted on Instagram their pictures "before and after", comparing himself to plastics and the result. In her confession, to achieve a resemblance to Jolie, she did a nose job and lip, and liposuction. However, in her confession, for the most part, it seeks the similarities at the expense of the makeup and photoshop.
Plastic surgery is very popular among women in Iran, local women to make tens of thousands of transactions each month. For those who want a great show, Instagram is almost the only opportunity, as other major social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Telegram, are banned in Iran.
Recently in Iran published a report on the course of the epidemic. This 46-page document prepared by independent experts for the parliamentary research center. There experts are questioning the official figures, called by the government, since, according to them, in the official statistics of deaths does not include those who died at home, as well as those who before death had not been tested for coronavirus.
However, the government of Iran has yet to respond to this document.