“Will Take You To Court”: Reham Khan Slams Media Publication House Over ‘fake News’ On Imran Khan

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British-Pakistani journalist and Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan has hit out a media publication house for publishing a fake article under her name

Written By Shatabdi Chowdhury | Mumbai | Updated On:

British-Pakistani journalist and Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan has hit out a media publication house for publishing a fake article under her name. She called out the article titled ‘Imran Khan is the best ex-husband I’ve ever had’ for deliberately spreading “misinformation” and being “blatantly sexist”.

She even replied to a Twitter user’s post asking her was it true while sharing a picture of the article, to which Reham replied saying, “No, fake news by fake people”.

Reham Khan and the PTI Chief Imran Khan’s marriage fall apart after 10 months of trying the knot in 2015. After the fall-out, Reham Khan issued several controversial statements against the apparent Prime Minister-designate.

READ| Imran Khan Reveals He Didn't See His 3rd Wife’s Face Until After They Were Married

Recently in an interview, Imran Khan alluded to his second marriage with Reham Khan, saying that even though he realises that he has made some mistakes in his life, tying the knot with Reham Khan was the biggest mistake.

On the other hand, Reham Khan in her newly released autobiography has made sensational revelations about her ex-husband Imran Khan. From him being a bisexual to fathering illegitimate children, her book was making headlines even before its release.

READ| 'Imran Khan Has Five Illegitimate Children, Some Of Them Indian,' Claims Ex Wife Reham Khan In New Book

In the controversial book, Reham has claimed that after her wedding with Imran Khan in 2015, he spoke about Tyrian White (Imran’s daughter with late American heiress Sita White).

As per the book, during the said conversation, Imran revealed that he has five illegitimate children and some of them are Indians. In the course of conversation, Imran also allegedly told her that the eldest of them was 34. As claimed in the book, when Reham prodded him further as to why the mothers of the children never came out, the candidate for the Prime Minister of Pakistan said all of them were married and didn’t want their marriages to be destroyed.

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