Jemima Goldsmith shows concern over fake accounts linked to her sons
May 5, 2022 12:39 PM
Former wife of PTI Chairman and ex-prime minister Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith has shown concern over the emergence of what she claimed fake accounts of her two sons on the social media.
In a tweet tagging the fake account attributed to her son Kasim Khan in which he mentioned missing her dad (Imran Khan) on the occasion of Eid, Jemima wrote “This is a fake account. Please report.”
In another tweet, Jemima pointed out another fake account linked to her other son, Sulaiman Isa Khan, and the message was “Beautiful memories of Eid in Pakistan with dad”. Jemima wrote “This is also a fake account. Please report. My children are not on social media. Thank GOD.”
Imran Khan talks about sons, Bushra Bibi
Coincidentally, Imran Khan in a TV interview Wednesday talked about his two sons, saying he has not seen his sons Suleiman Isa Khan and Kasim Khan in two and a half years because of the coronavirus pandemic.
On being asked what Eidi Imran Khan sent to his children, Imran Khan said, "The worst thing of a divorce is when you get separated from your children".
"No person is as stupid as the man who thinks he has the upper hand in the home," Imran Khan said talking about Bushra Bibi who is also his spiritual guide. "She is way ahead of me on this spiritual path," Imran Khan said.
"It is for Bushra Begum that my guests get such a warm welcome in my residence nowadays. Long ago, I remember an incident when I used to stay alone. An American ambassador came and my attendant brought a packet of biscuits and gave him the packet," Imran Khan said.
Talking about his defeat in the no-confidence motion, Imran Khan said his defeat has been a reason for celebration for India and Israel. His enemies are now preparing material for full-blown character assassination.
“What was Jemima's crime? She was my wife and now they have found Farah Khan. Farah's crime is that she is a close associate of Bushra Begum," Imran Khan said.
Last month, Jemima Goldsmith had recounted her horror of living in Pakistan as she shared the poster of a protest being planned outside her London house on April 17 (Sunday).
"Protest outside my house, targeting my children, antisemitic abuse on social media... It's almost like I'm back in 90s Lahore," Jemima Goldsmith tweeted with #PuranaPakistan, in her first social media reaction after the ouster of Imran Khan through the no-confidence vote in the National Assembly.
Imran Khan was married to Jemima Goldsmith from 1995 to 2004 and they have two children – both boys.
Following her divorce from Imran Khan, Jemima left Pakistan and settled in London. In several interviews, Jemima revealed how she was subjected to anti-semitic attacks for decades.