Jemima Khan, the ex-wife of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, has revealed that unidentified men broke into her London home.
The incident occurred on the evening of April 28th, when Jemima was away from her home. She took to Twitter to share the news, saying that the men had broken into her home and stolen her laptop and other items.
Jemima said that the police were called and are currently investigating the incident. She also thanked her friends and family for their support and said that she was “shaken but unharmed”.
The incident has caused shock and outrage in Pakistan, with many people expressing their concern for Jemima’s safety. Imran Khan has also spoken out about the incident, saying that he was “deeply concerned” and that he had asked the British authorities to investigate the matter.
The incident has raised questions about the security of Jemima’s home, as well as the safety of other high-profile figures in the country. It has also sparked a debate about the security of homes in the UK, with many people calling for better measures to be put in place to protect people from such incidents.
Jemima and Imran Khan were married for nine years before their divorce in 2004. They have two sons together, Sulaiman and Kasim. Jemima has since remarried and is now the mother of three children.
The incident has highlighted the need for better security measures in the UK, as well as the need for people to be more vigilant about their safety. It is also a reminder of the importance of reporting any suspicious activity to the police.