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Posted September 14, 2017 by Campus Heat in News
 
 

PHOTOS: Nude Model Marisa Papen Jailed For Topless Egyptian Temple Shoot Vows to Continue

THE model who spent a night in an Egyptian jail cell after being caught posing naked in a temple has vowed to keep doing what she loves.

Marisa Papen was arrested at the Karnak Temple in Luxor and was thrown in the cells by cops in the country in April this year.

But the Belgian beauty has said that the experience won’t stop her posing nude and continuing to push the boundaries in her drive for women’s equality.

The 25-year-old told The Sun Online: “Posing by the West Bank Wall in Palestine would be amazing.

“It’s a yell for freedom. I want to go back to a time when women were queens.

“That’s why I want to go to all these countries were women are suppressed. Like I said it’s a yell for freedom and I want them to see my message.

“The thing is with my stories I’m trying to use my nudity and use my body to really show and make make people think and spread a broader message.

“It’s not just about being naked its more about being free.

“I’m really fascinated by countries where women are are suppressed and how it’s still possible in the 21st century.

“But I’m also interested in tribes who are still living the way we used to live hundreds of years ago in the Congo and Ethiopia.”

The Belgian native’s upcoming shoots include a calendar shoot in the Congolese jungle.

Other countries Marisa has ambitions to visit are Iran, Iraq and Yemen in her campaign for female freedom.

Talking about other conservative Islamic countries she has done shoots in she said: “I’ve been to Ethiopia and Tanzania which are also Muslim countries.

“In Ethiopia I was shooting with a tribe so they were very free spirited.

“But in Zanzibar we just had to be cautious, but this was the first time I got in real trouble.

“The thing is I’m not trying to attack or offend any religion, I’m really trying to go back in time and show what the world was like before religion existed.

“My projects are always with a message of freedom not attacking anyone.

“I know many people feel attacked but that’s not what I’m trying to do.”

Speaking of her time in an Egyptian lock up, Marisa, from Paal, near Antwerp, said: “We got out by sticking together and I know its not right to lie to a judge but it was our only way out.

“They didn’t attack us but we saw other people in the holding cell who were getting beaten up.

“We had no idea what was going on or where we would end up.

“I’ve never seen something like it except on TV.”

Responding to suggestions from the Egyptian government that she and her photographer, Jesse Walker from Enki Eyewear, had faked the pictures taken in Egypt she said: “We thought it was funny that the government said the pictures were fake.

“We guess they did it to keep the people in control a little bit because we obviously had a lot of negative feed back.

“Maybe they just don’t want to admit that something like this is possible with all the guards they had and everything.

“But they’re definitely not faked.

“We weren’t sure whether or not to release the pictures because we weren’t sure what the risks were.

“I don’t really think I’ll be able to travel to Egypt again, but that’s a risk I’ve got to take.”

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