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Iranian government accuses Kim Kardashian of secret plot to corrupt women

May 18, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Iranian government accuses Kim Kardashian of secret plot to corrupt women

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Talk about a conspiracy theory.

Iran is accusing Kim Kardashian of a secret plot that she is using her sexy pics that she posts on social media to corrupt Middle Eastern women.

According to IranWire, a news site operated by Iranian journalists, officials with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps Organized Cyberspace Crimes Unit have reportedly accused Kardashian West and the head of Instagram of engaging in an elaborate scheme using provocative selfies posted on Instagram to corrupt Middle Eastern women.

Officials with the Islamic Republic are claiming that Instagram CEO, Kevin Systrom, wants to make modeling native to Iran — and enlisted Kardashian’s help.

“Ms. Kim Kardashian is a popular fashion model, so Instagram’s CEO tells her… make this native, here is no doubt that financial support is involved as well. We are taking this very seriously,” claimed spokesman Mostafa Alizadeh, before adding, “they are targeting young people and women.”

“Foreigners are behind the schemes targeting our families, which originate from around the Persian Gulf and England. When you draw the operational graph, you will see that it is a foreign operation,” said Alizadeh.

As a result, the Iranian government has even taken preventative measures by issuing warnings to 170 models and two dozen now face prosecution under Iranian law.

“Our aim is to teach them a lesson and make them wake up. In many cases, a warning was sufficient. Legal action was taken. Of the 29 individuals, eight have been arrested, and their cases are being processed,” said Javad Babaee, supervisor of the Prosecutor’s Office for Media Crimes.

Kardashian was bewildered after reporters recently asked about the bizarre allegation in Cannes.

“What? For who?” she asked. “I have not heard that one. Thanks for the heads-up.”

So far U.S. officials haven’t commented on the outlandish accusations.

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