Tehran, Nov. 27 -- The family of an Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi, detained for supporting protests against compulsory wearing of hijab which resulted in Mahsa Amini's death said his life is at serious risk after an Iranian court on Saturday handed down a life sentence against him in a trial behind closed doors.

32-year-old Toomaj Salehi Twitter account is now being handled by his family.

On Saturday, family tweeted that "his life is at serious risk right now," condemning the circumstances of his trial, which took place without a lawyer.

Toomaj Salehi, faced charges of "enmity against God" and "corruption on earth" - both sharia-related charges that are capital crimes in the Islamic republic.

On Sunday, the family took to Twitter and w...