And the story surrounding her look has taken the internet by storm... | 22 Words

The infamous "zombie Angelina Jolie" has revealed the truth behind her shocking transformation, and has finally responded to the trolls.

Here's the full story...

Just last month, the Iranian "Zombie Angelina Jolie", real name Sahar Tabar was sentenced to ten years in prison...

Charged with "promoting public corruption and blasphemy."

And, since being set free, a picture was released of her natural appearance...

And people can't believe it's the same person - although those who have seen her transformation seem a little confused about the fact her pictures are photoshopped.

As stated earlier, Sahar Tabar has finally responded to the trolls.

As you can see, this young woman certainly has an unusual look.

Similiar looking?

Tabar has often been compared to Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.

And the story surrounding her look has taken the internet by storm...

Resulting in a variety of fans, mythologizing who she is and what she stands for.

"I am my own muse..."

Speaking out about the mystery surrounding why she underwent all that surgery and such, the Instagrammer has previously stated:

"I did not even think about being like Jolie. Also, I did not want to resemble the cartoon character the Corpse Bride... Now I understand that I have something to do with them, but I am a muse myself, and remembering someone is not an end in itself."

Sahar insists that she never had the ambition to look like Jolie...

It was merely a coincidence that getting lip fillers, liposuction, and a nose job made her look like the Hollywood A-lister.

Sahar can be seen wearing a loose hijab in most of her posts...

Since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, hijabs have been compulsory - the rule clearly states that women must adorn loose-fitting clothing and a headscarf in public.

But she has come under scrutiny for posing without her hijab in the past.

In one of Sahar Tabar's rare none-photoshopped selfies, the Instagrammer is not wearing a hijab. You could argue that taking a photo at home, where you are allowed to not adorn a scarf, is perfectly acceptable. You could also argue that sharing it in the public sphere of Instagram goes against the Islamic State's regime.

"There is no cyber law in Iran's constitution."

BBC Global News Journalist, Roja Assadi, spoke up about the crackdown on "Instagram influencers" by the Iranian government. She explained that, despite there being no law in Iran about what you post online, they have adopted applying the same constitutional laws they have elsewhere to that which is posted online and on social media. Assadi explains that the Iranian cyber police will target people who are "not following Islamic ethical code, from clothes to behavior."

But not everyone in Iran will be silenced.

Despite the dangers of contesting the Islamic State regime, there were people protesting Sahar's arrest.

Well, putting the hijab controversy to one side, Tabar has now spoken out against her trolls.

She's received a lot of negative internet attention of late, and wanted to hit back at some false claims.

"Hello, relatively dear followers."

"The picture that you're scrutinizing, even though I didn't like it, I kept it in… I must say I [did not have fifty] surgeries."

"Foreign sites and channels were very biased in the way they talked about my photos."

"I thought these people are probably living in the 18th century and they haven't seen or heard of technology or makeup and they are really surprised."

She looks completely unrecognizable, doesn't she?

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