Booted Restaurant Chief, Mehrshad Shahidi, 20, was Brutally Murder

Mehrshad Shahidi is the talented chef. He worked as a chef at Boote restaurant. He was detained during a protest and allegedly battered to death with batons at the IRGC Intelligence’s prison facility.

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Celebrity chef dubbed Iran’s Jamie Oliver is brutally murdered the day before his 20th birthday amid anti-regime demonstrations.

A murder of a talented chef known as Iran’s Jamie Oliver sparked new rage in that country. Mehrshad Shahidi, who was about to turn 20 at the time, was allegedly murdered on October 25 by soldiers of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps in the city of Arak (IRGC). The young man allegedly died at the IRGC Intelligence’s detention facility after being arrested during a protest and beaten to death with batons, according to local media.

The Iranian government, which also stated that they will disclose the cause of death later, was not responsible for the young chef’s passing. Abdolmehdi Mousavi, the province’s chief justice, stated on Friday that there were “no signs of fractures in the limbs, legs, skull, or any brain injuries.” However, no shots have been fired at Mehrshad Shahidi, despite what the anti-Iran media is reporting, according to the province’s deputy governor, Behnam Nazari. At Shahidi’s funeral, which drew hundreds of mourners, demonstrations broke out.

Security forces allegedly used tear gas to disperse the crowd, which was purportedly screaming, “Everyone who is killed will be backed by thousands more.” Dr. Reza Taghizadeh, an expert on Iranian issues, asserted that the murder had generated a “second and an even bigger wave of national protests against the regime, comparable to what Mahsa Amini’s death did a month earlier.”

Murdered by the IRGC

After Amini was brutally murdered by the IRGC for defying the country’s strict hijab requirements, riots erupted throughout Iran.

Amini, 22, was subsequently determined to be brain dead after being detained and allegedly tortured into a coma for refusing to wear a hijab. According to Iran Human Rights, a Norwegian NGO, at least 253 people have reportedly perished in the ongoing statewide protests, including 34 children and 19 women. Shahidi was killed on the forty-first day of the protests.

Mehrshad Shahidi Age, Family, Early Life

Mehrshad Shahidi was 20 years old at the age of his death. He holds an Iranian nationality and he belongs to the white ethnicity. His actual born date and Zodiac sign are unknown.

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On Mehrshad Shahidi’s parents, there is currently no information known.

Mehrshad Shahidi Girlfriend, What about his Relationship?

Regarding Mehrshad Shahidi’s relationships, there is no information at all. If we find anything about his relationship. Later, we’ll update you.

Mehrshad Shahidi Career, What was his profession?

At the restaurant Boote, Mehrshad Shahidi served as a cook. On October 25, near the central city of Arak, Mehrshad Shahidi—who was soon to be 20—was allegedly assassinated by members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

In the continuing statewide protests, at least 253 people have reportedly died, including 34 children and 19 women, according to Iran Human Rights, a Norwegian NGO. On the forty-first day of the protests, Shahidi was slain.

How much is Mehrshad Shahidi Net Worth?

However, we don’t have any specific information about Mehrshad Shahidi’s net worth.

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Which school and college did he go to?

The name of the school Mehrshad Shahidi attended and the topic he studied, however, is unknown.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

Unfortunately, Mehrshad Shahidi does not seem to be available on social media.

Physical Appearance of Mehrshad Shahidi’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair ColorBlonde and black
Eye colorBlack
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Mehrshad Shahidi’s should be known

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Relationship StatusNot Available