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Reham Khan, ex-wife of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has been served with a legal notice by former cricketer Wasim Akram and three other persons after she reportedly disclosed about the couple's sex lives in her upcoming book, titled as "Reham Khan".

Pakistan's government and parliament was dissolved on May 31st and a new interim prime minister and an interim administration have taken over.

She claimed Khan had kept his marriage to faith healer Bushra Maneka under wraps for two months and equivocated when pressed for an answer.

In February this year, Reham fled from Pakistan after "receiving threats". The notice described the contents of the book as "a litany of malicious, false, incorrect, highly misleading, callous, wanton, tortious, prejudicial, damaging, libellous, and defamatory imputations".

File image of PTI chief Imran Khan.

She did not say that Imran had engaged in sexual harassment but claimed he had direct involvement in "nepotism or favours which have nothing to do with merit".

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The notice has been sent by Reham's first husband Dr Ijaz Rehman, a British businessman, Syed Zulfiqar Bukhari, and Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) media coordinator Anila Khawaja apart from Akram.

The retired cricketer-turned-political Goliath Imran Khan Wednesday former BBC weather presenter Reham in a whirl of controversy, with some family members unaware the marriage had taken place.

After emerging from the wreckage of the ten-month union, and then heading for a divorce, Reham spoke about the pressures of being married to such a high-profile figure.

Reham revealed to the Sunday Times, also in 2015, that an adviser with Imran's PTI party said her new role as his wife would be to "cook chapatis and not to be seen ever again".

Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram. "It is sad that the PMLN and the Pakistan People's Party are actually looking cleaner than the PTI at the moment", the report quoted her as saying.