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Goldsmith further said that she – like former cricketer Wasim Akram and some others – will also sue Reham for defamation and breach of privacy as she has been “assured” the book is “libellous”.
Goldsmith who married Imran in 1995 (they divorced in 2004) tweeted yesterday: “On Reham Khan’s book I’ve been assured that it’s too libellous to be published in the UK but if it is published here, I will be suing for defamation & breach of privacy on behalf of my (then) 16 yr old son & in relation to the moronic, re-hashed Zionist conspiracy theories. Sigh”.”
On Reham Khan’s book I’ve been assured that it’s too libellous to be published in the UK but if it is published he… https://t.co/ST0bL4pr6s
— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) 1528293331000
Reham was married to Imran for 10-odd months in 2015, after which they divorced. 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. The New International said Sulaiman was 16 in 2015 when Reham was married to Imran and lived with him in Islamabad. That’s the period she has described in her book.
Goldsmith’s comments come even as Reham has been served a legal notice by four persons, including cricket star Akram, after she made sensational disclosures about their sex lives in her upcoming book.
The notice sent by Reham’s first husband Dr Ijaz Rehman, cricketer Akram, a British businessman, Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, and Imran’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf media coordinator Anila Khawaja, claims that Reham defamed them in her autobiography, the manuscript of which was leaked online recently.
A “pre-action defamation protocol” letter, was issued by a West London law firm to Reham on May 30, on behalf of Dr Rehman, Akram, Bukhari and Khawaja, claiming that the manuscript of her upcoming contains a “litany of malicious, false, incorrect, highly misleading, callous, wanton, tortuous, prejudicial, damaging, libelous and defamatory” imputations against its clients.
The notice includes some highly sensational allegations that Reham has made in her manuscript about Akram and the three others.