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Ex-wife Reham Khan hits out at media publication over a fake Imran Khan news

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 1, 2018, 11:02 am IST
Updated Aug 1, 2018, 11:10 am IST
Reham said that she is going to take a publication to court over a 'blatantly sexist' article.
Reham Khan, ex-wife of Imran Khan, took to Twitter to clarify that the opinion piece, titled, “Imran Khan is best ex-husband I’ve ever had”, is a “fake news”. (Photo: AP / AFP)
 Reham Khan, ex-wife of Imran Khan, took to Twitter to clarify that the opinion piece, titled, “Imran Khan is best ex-husband I’ve ever had”, is a “fake news”. (Photo: AP / AFP)

London: While Imran Khan, former Pakistan cricket team skipper-turned-politician and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief, is set to become Pakistan’s Prime Minister, his ex-wife, Reham Khan, is not missing out on a chance to take a dig at her ex-husband.

However, Reham has now claimed that she is going to take a publication to court over a “blatantly sexist” article, which was published under her name. Reham has claimed that she has not written the piece.

 

Reham took to Twitter to clarify that the opinion piece, titled, “Imran Khan is best ex-husband I’ve ever had”, is a “fake news”.

Imran, who led Pakistan to World Cup glory in 1992, is set to become the PM of Pakistan after his party PTI took an extended lead in the general elections.

 

Reham and Imran’s marriage fell apart after 10 months in 2015 with Reham later accusing Khan of being bisexual, taking hard drugs and adultery in her recent book.

"We have been calling him the prime minister select for some time now and I've been saying for a few weeks now that he has been waiting to be crowned. But heavy is the head that wears the crown. The crown comes at a huge price: his integrity. It has cost him all of his integrity, which is a tragic fall for a hero," Reham, who has been critical of Imran, was quoted as saying by WION.

 

in her recently published autobiography titled ‘Reham Khan’, had claimed that Imran fathered 5 illegitimate children, some of them Indian.

Imran, meanwhile, said that marrying Reham was his biggest mistake. Reham, a former BBC journalist hit back, saying, it was her biggest mistake to marry Imran.

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