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Shocking! Legendary cricketer accused of forcing wife to have sex with others
08 June 2018, 07:14 | Devin Moran
The autobiography claims to lift the lid on their relationship with allegations about their life
Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khanreportedly would contest elections from NA-26 Bannu, NA-61 Rawalpindi (Chakwal District), NA-95 Mianwali (Gujranwala District), NA-131 Lahore (Sheikhupura District) and NA-243 Karachi.
Reham was married to Imran for 10-odd months in 2015, after which they divorced.
In an interview to CNN-News18, Reham Khan alleged that sexual favours were used to get political positions within PTI ranks.
Imran Khan and Wasim Akram are two of the greatest names of Pakistani cricket.
"I suppose people at the top have to take responsibility for what goes on in their households and in their party", she said. Imran's and Goldsmith's older son Sulaiman Khan is now 19 years old and an adult but was a minor during the period that Reham has written about in her book, said Pakistani media.
In fact, Reham has been served a legal notice by four persons: Her first husband Ijaz Rehman, cricketer Wasim Akram, British businessman Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, and Khan's PTI media coordinator Anila Khawaja, who have claimed that she defamed them in her book, reported The Times of India.
PTI lawyer in his petition stated, Reham is working on the agenda of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and she is carrying out this conspiracy with the help of the former ambassador Hussain Haqqani. "One of her team members sent this manuscript".
Today (June 7) Reham tapped into the same theme, tweeting 'I owe my success and career to both my ex husbands.
Earlier this year she told MailOnline she believed that the former cricketer is out of touch with modern Pakistan, after seeing "cringeworthy" photos of his third wedding, showing his new wife covered from head to toe in full veil.
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