Iranian model was forced to flee her country where she faced being lashed for semi-naked photos!

An Iranian model who faces prison in her home country for posing for semi-nude photos has found herself homeless in Paris.

Negzzia, 29, has been on the run from the Revolutionary Guards since 2017 after photos of her posing in lingerie were deemed ‘indecent’ and ‘immodest’.

 

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The model feared being lashed for breaking Iran‘s strict Islamic law after a photographer she once worked for handed partially nude photos of her in to police, and she was forced to flee Iran for Turkey.

 

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If the edge of being good girl or bad girl is the way you’re wearing your clothes!I’m that bad girl who is good enough not to live in the way you think.we all were born naked darling.take it easy. Stop judging people’s personalities with dresses. Good and bad peoples are everywhere and in all kind of beliefs. Let people live in the way they want not what you think is right. I call it Freedom and mutual respect … اگر مرز بین دختر خوب و بد طرز لباس پوشیدنه من اون دختر بدی هستم که آنقدر به اندازه کافی خوبه که به روشی که تو فکر میکنی زندگی نکنه! عزیزم ما همه برهنه به دنیا می آییم . آنقدر سخت نگیر! از قضاوت شخصیت آدم ها با لباسشون دست بردار. خوب و‌بد همه جا و در هر سبک باوری هست. اجازه بده مردم طوری که میخوان زندگی کنند ، نه اون طوری که تو فکر میکنی درسته و من به این میگم آزادی و احترام متقابل…

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Negzzia doesn’t live with regrets, saying she is ‘proud’ to have ‘broken all the rules that don’t have any respect for women’.

She made the decision to apply for asylum in Paris on November 13, 2018, with hopes of finding safety while pursuing her dream job in the fashion industry.

As soon as she arrived in France, Negzzia started to fill in the necessary paperwork to settle there for good.

Negzzia doesn’t live with regrets, saying she is ‘proud’ to have ‘broken all the rules that don’t have any respect for women’.

She made the decision to apply for asylum in Paris on November 13, 2018, with hopes of finding safety while pursuing her dream job in the fashion industry.

As soon as she arrived in France, Negzzia started to fill in the necessary paperwork to settle there for good.

She struggled to find work in the city with no connections or income and found herself sleeping rough in the streets and on park benches.

‘One day, I sold my bag with my dresses for 10 euros, to be able to eat,’ she told Le Parisien.

 

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The 29-year-old’s story has attracted international media attention and she has since been able to sleep with a roof over her head at a temporary housing centre for asylum seekers.

The French government is now reviewing her case.

French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said the department is in contact with her and pledged to give her case the proper attention.

Negzzia says she is a woman who has liberated herself from Iran’s strict religious laws.

 

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‘I am proudly a woman who stepped out of my comfort zone and broke all the rules that don’t have any respect for women,’ she says on Instagram.

source: Daily Mail