Imran Khan has 5 illegitimate children, some Indian: Ex-wife Reham Khan in new book

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Earlier, former cricketer Wasim Akram and 3 others had served legal notice to Reham.

Reham Khan’s new book, titled ‘Reham Khan’ claims that her former husband, ex cricketer and now a chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf, Imran Khan, has five illegitimate children. (Photo: PTI)

Karachi: Reham Khan, ex-wife of Imran Khan, in her new book has claimed that former Pakistani cricket team captain and now a chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, has five illegitimate children and some of them are Indian. Reham’s book title ‘Reham Khan’ was released in Amazon Kindle on Thursday.

Reham's book had made the headlines even before its release after she had reportedly disclosed her troubled relationship with Imran.

Additionally, former cricketer Wasim Akram and three others had served legal notice to Reham.

Following this, matters went from bad to worse. Reham said that she had received death threats regarding releasing her upcoming book.

"I have received death threats for releasing the book. I was also threatened to be defamed for the same. This is very depressing but I'm an optimistic person. These things don't pull me down in life," she had said.

The book is all about my life...the struggles and how I overcame it. After reading my book, many women will find a small part of themselves in it. I hope and pray that all that has happened to me should never happen to anyone. This book showcases how to conduct oneself, overcome failures and what led to my mistakes," she added.

However, in another shocking turn of events, Reham's new book now reveals that Imran fathered 5 illegitimate kids.

After Imran’s marriage with Reham in 2015, the former spoke about Tyrian While, the daughter of Imran and now deceased American heiress Sita White.

As per the book, here's how the interaction took place between Imran and Reham.

“You know she isn’t the only one I have". He grinned mischievously. There are 5 in total, that I know of”.

“Five what?!" I gasped.

"Kids," he laughed.

"What? You have five illegitimate children! How do you know?” I asked.

“Well, the mothers told me,” he said.

“All White’s?”

“No, some are Indians. The eldest is 34 now.”

“How Imran? Why did the mother not come out with it?”

“Because she was over the moon! She had been married for ages and couldn’t get pregnant. She was overjoyed, promised to keep it a secret, and begged to keep it. So I said OK.”

“And the rest? Why did they never speak?” I fired at him. There were so many questions in my head.

“Well, because they were all married and they didn’t want their marriages to be destroyed,” he said.

“Does anyone else know?” I asked, still reeling.

“Only Jemima does. I told her,” he replied nonchalantly.