For Imran Khan's New Bride, A Row Over Alleged Domestic Abuse

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For Imran Khan's New Bride, A Row Over Alleged Domestic Abuse

Imran Khan with his wife Reham Khan

Islamabad:  The man who was married to Imran Khan's new bride, Reham Khan, has denied allegations that he physically abused her and failed to pay child support.

In a statement released to the press in Pakistan and UK, Dr Ijaz Rehman, who was married to Reham Khan for 15 years, said, "I have never lifted hands on anyone. I have never been involved in any kind of domestic violence in any shape or form. While I was married to Reham, I always looked after my children and wife very well. I provided every kind of luxury to them. My ex-wife had every kind of liberty and no restriction of any kind."

Reham Khan, 41, a journalist, married cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, 20 years her senior, last week in Pakistan. She said in a television interview in Pakistan on January 9 that she had been subjected to domestic abuse during her first marriage. She has three sons with Dr Rehman. 

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(Reham Khan's ex-husband Dr Ijaz Rehman)

In her interview, she reportedly said, according to the UK's Daily Mail, "I have never spoken about my personal experience of domestic violence because I was in [the] media and I felt it would be unfair to expose the other party."  (Read Report in Daily Mail)



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