By Sophie Tanno For Mailonline. 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 after photos of her posing in lingerie were deemed 'indecent' and 'immodest'. Negzzia doesn't live with regrets, saying she is 'proud' to have 'broken all the rules that don't have any respect for women'. Negzzia, 29, pictured fears being lashed and sent to prison in Iran for posing for semi-nude photos, in violation of the country's strict Islamic law.
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See comments. Photos of the female spectators looking happy and giving the victory sign went viral on social media and were republished in several daily newspapers. The women were reportedly relatives of Iranian national team players, relatives of members of Iran's soccer federation, or soccer players themselves. Speaking on October 17, Iran's chief prosecutor, Mohammad Javad Montazeri, who is appointed by the powerful head of the hard-line judiciary, warned that action will be taken "if such moves continue.
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Iranian model Negzzia poses for photographs during an interview in Paris, France, June 28, Negzzia was persecuted by the Iranian government after posing nude and has since fled to Paris to pursue her dream of being a model. Moving to Europe has been challenging though and has even forced her to sleep on the streets of Paris. The year-old has been in the capital of fashion for nine months, and last week she was granted refugee status. Her case became well known and even caused French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner to react on Twitter, saying she would be offered asylum.
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