'Whitney Wright not in Iran anymore': US adult actress breaks silence after Tehran visit controversy
Whitney Wright Iran Visit sparked a massive uproar on social media with American accusing the adult movie actress of spreading Iran Propaganda-
American adult movie actress Whitney Wright on Monday sparked a massive row when she visited Iran and shared her photos on social media. Whitney Wright Iran Visit sparked a massive uproar on social media with American accusing the adult movie actress of spreading Iran Propaganda. Not only this, after Whitney Wright Iran visit video surfaced on social media, the US adult movie actress was accused of making paid promotion of Islamic Republic of Iran. Notably, Iran and the USA have always been at the loggerheads with the White House putting sanction on the Islamic Country multiple times. Below is Whitney Wright Iran visit controversy explained-
What is Whitney Wright's Iran Visit Controversy?
Whitney Wright, 32, is facing accusations of promoting propaganda for Iran's government after boasting on social media about a trip to the Islamic republic. After Whitney Wright was accused of of promoting Iran, Iranian authorities denied being behind the visit by American adult actress, saying she was issued a visa like any other foreign citizen and they had not been aware of her 'obscene' profession. Notably, another reason of controversy is Whitney Wright posing beside a flagpole with a torn US flag on the ground. She was dressed in a long headscarf, trouser suit and long coat.
Whitney is reportedly known for her anti-Israel sentiments. She shared a series of photos and videos with the caption, "Tehran ~ a sweet glimpse." A report quoted Tehran’s foreign ministry spokesperson, Nasser Kanani. Nasser Kanani reportedly denied any knowledge of her trip, but noted that despite the political tensions 'it is not forbidden' for Americans to visit Iran.
After the controversy intensified, Whitney Wright in one of her Instagram stories wrote, "Anyways idk half of what is being said here, but I'm no longer in Iran, but elsewhere and it's hilarious to me that they're pulling reels and using photos of me from when I was in Morocco, Los Angeles, etc. and combining them with the photos I took in Iran."
Reacting to Whitney, a user wrote, "American po*n star Whitney Wright is in Iran, my birth country, where women are killed for simply showing their hair and being true to themselves. Whitney has published several photos on herself completely covered up on Instagram. On her post she called me a warmonger and tells women: “If you respect the law, you will be safe in Iran.” Iranian women don’t want to obey a discriminatory law. Rosa Parks stood up against racist laws in America and became a symbol of resistance. We the women of Iran want be like Rosa Parks and not Whitney Wright. And by the way, the true warmongers are the agents of the Islamic Republic who will execute you if you be true to yourself."
Another user wrote, "Whitney Wright, an American po*n star, traveled to Iran and stated on social media that "if you follow the rules, Iran is safe". This isn't the first time the regime has used porn stars to spread propaganda and paint a different picture of what's going on in Iran."