‘Zombie Angelina Jolie’ reveals her real face after release from Iran jail

A lady who used to panic clients online as 'Zombie Angelina Jolie' has at long last uncovered her genuine face on Iranian television

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She looks completely differentiating, all things considered, an Everyday Mail report said.

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The 21-year-elderly person, Sahar Tabar from Tehran, was let out of prison following 14 months.

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Tabar, whose genuine name is Fatemah Khishvand, was detained initially for vulgarity and offending the hijab, an Autonomous report said, refering to Iran Basic freedoms News Organization.

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Many accepted that Tahar went through superficial medical procedure for her creepy makeover as she rose to popularity online as a 'zombie' variant of the Foundation Grant winning Jolie, The Sun report said.

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With a well honed facial structure, developed mope, frigid blue contact focal points and cleaned out skin, her pictures are genuinely frightening.

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Tabar told Free that she had gone through a few corrective strategies, including a nose work, 

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Lip fillers, and liposuction, yet focused on the popular pictures were because of cosmetics and altering.

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Sahar Tabar from Tehran, was let out of prison following 14 months. Tabar, whose genuine name is Fatemah Khishvand, was detained initially for vulgarity and offending the hijab

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