Imran Khan fathered 5 illegitimate children, some in India: Ex-wife Reham Khan
File image of Reham Khan. Photograph: (Others)
Imran Khan fathered five illegitimate children, some of them in India, the cricketer-turned-politician's ex-wife Reham Khan has alleged in her new book.
The book — "Reham Khan" — released Thursday. It released in paperback in the UK and is also available on Amazon.
The book details their shortlived marriage and Imran's political life.
But it also includes alleged personal details, some of which have attracted defamation suits.
Excerpts from the book which surfaced online before its release talked of Imran's several alleged affairs, including homosexual ones.
Reham has told Pakistan's Geo News that she can prove everything written in her book in a court of law.
The book comes just before the Pakistan elections on July 25, although so far it doesn't seem to have done Imran any damage. Polls show Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf party as having gained ground.
Imran and Reham — a British-Pakistani broadcast journalist — married on January 6, 2015, but their marriage ended on October 30 that year itself.
It was a second marriage for both.