Jailed academic ‘rejected Iran’s offer to become spy’


A British-Australian woman jailed in Tehran has said she rejected an offer from Iran to become a spy.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer at Melbourne University, has been in jail since September 2018, serving 10 years for espionage.

In letters smuggled out of Tehran’s Evin prison, she says has “never been a spy” and fears for her mental health.

She says she has been denied visits and phone calls and has been held in an “extremely restrictive detention ward”.

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