Chelsea Manning Delights With Stunning New Look One Day After Emotional Prison Release

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One day after being released from a top-security US military prison former soldier Chelsea Manning has stunned the world with a delightful new look. Chelsea has just recently served seven years in prison for exposing illegal criminal activity by the US Military in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Chelsea a former army intelligence analyst posted this beautiful picture of herself on social media with a contemporary styled short blonde hair, lipstick and mascara, wearing an avant-garde V-neck navy blue top with white trim.

The photo also replaced her old Twitter profile picture which had shown Chelsea in her previous identification Bradley Manning a male soldier in military uniform and beret.

After her release from Fort Leavenworth’s military prison on Wednesday Chelsea has vowed to put her previous life behind her and said she said to be excited about her future.

Her social media posts gained momentum after her release and  showed people clinking champagne glasses with the caption, “Here’s to a new beginning.”

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Another twitter post showed a single slice of pepperoni pizza on a plate, with the words “So, I’m already enjoying my first hot, greasy pizza,” followed by a smiley-face emoticon.

Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison in 2013 for leaking more than 700,000 classified documents to WikiLeaks that exposed US Military war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan three years previously.

Chelsea  served seven years in military prison for her humanitarian act before then-president Barack Obama concise getting the better of him commuting her sentence just days before he left office in January 2017.

In a statement to ABC News Cheasea was quoted as stating, “As I rebuild my life, I remind myself not to relive the past. The past will always affect me and I will keep that in mind while remembering that how it played out is only my starting point, not my final destination.”

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