Sahar Tabar, a lady who underwent surgery to resemble Angelina Jolie, has been arrested on orders of the Tehran’s guidance court.
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The woman, who went viral for her unusual looks following several plastic surgeries, has been taken into custody, Times LIVE reported.
According to The Guardian, the 22-year-old has been accused of blasphemy, inciting violence and gaining income through inappropriate means.
The charges also accused Tabar of encouraging young people to be corrupt.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that by the age of 19, Tabar had allegedly undergone 50 cosmetic surgeries to look like Angelina Jolie.
At the time, the young female claimed to be Jolie’s biggest fan and would you to any lengths necessary to resemble the Tomb Raider actress.
However, Tabar retracted statements that she had undergone surgery and in 2017, she admitted to Russian news Sputnik that she 'doctors' her photos on social media.
According to Tabar, she had never been under the knife and her outrageous looks were 100% achieved with digital tools.
“It is Photoshop and make-up. Every time I publish a photo I make my face more fun. It is my way of self-expression, a kind of art. My followers know this is not my real face.”
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