Sex, Drugs, and a gay Imran Khan

Imran Khan speaks during a press conference to present the party's manifesto for the forthcoming election. —AP

Imran Khan speaks during a press conference to present the party's manifesto for the forthcoming election. —AP

A victory for Khan's opposition party would mark a new political direction for Pakistan, which has been dominated by two parties - Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan Peoples Party founded by assassinated former prime minister Benazir Bhutto - when the military has not been in power.

Addressing a public meeting in Shahdadkot, Imran said that Asif Ali Zardari may contact Nawaz Sharif to save his theft and perhaps they both become brothers again.

Two weeks before a make-or-break election for Imran Khan, his ex-wife Reham Khan's autobiography portrays the former cricketing superstar and prime ministerial hopeful as a man who led "a weird life" of "sex, drugs and rock "n" roll". The killing is not only judicial: in Pakistan, people are also lynched if they say something a tinpot local vigilante, or just a small-time religious nut, or for that matter a guy who thinks you looked at his sister amusing, wish to view as disrespectful to the prophet, and the body count is not trivial.

Jemima, the daughter of British financier James Goldsmith, had been married to Imran for nearly nine years before she left him citing her inability to adapt to life in Pakistan. Reham also writes that once she caught Imran red-handed snorting coke in the bathroom.

After marrying with Imran in 2015, the former cricketer spoke about Tyrian While, the daughter of Imran and now deceased American heiress Sita White. She said that Imran was in a "live-in relationship" with his close friend Moby despite the former being married.

She also says the 65-year-old is a black magic practitioner.

Reham Khan: What? You have five illegitimate children! I asked, still reeling.

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"You know she isn't the only one I have". "How do you know?"

"I have held my hands up and said that this intelligence I don't have. The eldest one is 34 now".

"How Imran? Why did the mother not come out with it?". She had been married for ages and couldn't get pregnant. I fired at him.

"Well, because they were all married and they didn't want their marriages to be destroyed", Imran said.

"I didn't marry [him] with this intent.I could not have even imagined that we would ever be separated", she replied.

Washington accuses Pakistan of not doing enough to root out Taliban militants who shelter on the Pakistani side of the border, and the Trump administration has recently cut foreign aid and applied diplomatic and financial pressure on Islamabad to try to force change.

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