Women in Iran have posted videos of themselves dancing online, in support of a teenager who was arrested.
Maedeh Hojabri had gathered thousands of followers on Instagram with videos of herself dancing to Iranian and Western pop music.
On Friday, state TV broadcast Ms Hojabri's apparent confession.
Social media users shared videos and messages supporting the young dancer, using hashtags such as one that translates as #dancing_isn't_a_crime.
The Iranian government has strict rules governing women's clothing and dancing with members of the opposite sex in public is banned, except in front of immediate family members.
Ms Hojabri's videos showed her dancing at home without the mandatory headscarf, or hijab.
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