12 Jul 2018: Imran Khan has five children, some Indians, Reham's book reveals
The autobiography of British-Pakistani journalist Reham Khan, finally released on Amazon Kindle on Thursday, and it is surely going to make the cricketer-turned-politician's life uneasy.
The book reveals a conversation between Imran Khan and Reham in which the former accepted he had five kids, and some were Indians.
Incidentally, in election affidavit, Khan declared he had only two legitimate children.
The conversation: Imran Khan told Reham about his five kids, latter claims
Reham recalled a talk she had with Imran after their marriage in 2015. The conversation was about Tyrian, Imran's daughter from American heiress Sita White, whom he later adopted.
"You know she isn't the only one I have... There are 5 in total, that I know of," Imran said, claimed Reham.
When Reham asked if all of them were White, Imran answered in negative.
Revelations : Why didn't the woman speak up? Imran Khan's 'reported' answer
According to the book, Imran said, "No, some are Indians. The eldest is 34 now." When Reham asked Imran why the mother didn't speak up, the former cricketer said it was because she was glad she got pregnant.
About others, Imran said, "They were all married and they didn't want their marriages to be destroyed."
His first-wife Jemina Khan knew about them, Reham claims.
Details: "Imran Khan used drugs, believed in dark magic"
Adding to the explosive comments, Reham claims she once saw the PTI leader rubbing black lentils on his body, hoping to 'ward off a curse'.
Further, she alleged Imran Khan had a drug problem and kept all sorts of tranquillizers. He also kept Xanax and Lexotanil and banned Rohypnol.
She claims Imran forgot things he said because of the drug addiction.
The allegations: Further, Reham talks about Imran Khan's sexual life
Leaked excerpts of the book spoke about Imran Khan's gay encounters, but the complete book alleges he had sexual relations with many female members of PTI.
"Uzma Kardar was not only in the habit of regularly sending him images of her genitalia but would force her way in to stand or sit next to him, even in my presence," Reham Khan's book reads.
The lessons: Apparently, Reham Khan wanted Imran to learn from Narendra Modi
Reham wrote she continuously gave Imran Khan the example of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
She wrote, "He was Chief Minister of Gujarat for a decade, and then elected to the top job because of his seemingly strong governance record, despite all the other negative baggage."
Reham alleged Imran Khan spent time in Islamabad waiting to become Prime Minister through protests without doing any 'actual work'.