I know it's something that you guys don't want to see.'But it was it's what my ex-wife's drawn me to do. Ms Becknazar later posted a video to play down her night with the welterweight champion.
She said: 'Whatever I posted on my Instagram story it was all on Amir's behalf and there's nothing wrong about it. I just need to rest and to speak to some people.'On Friday, the former world welterweight champion accused his wife of having an affair with Anthony Joshua, which he denied, and Makhdoom unloaded on her husband's flailing boxing career and cheating past before deleting the posts.
She added no words and deleted it half an hour later.
Khan, who is worth £23million, struck the first blow yesterday afternoon by announcing their divorce – then claiming his American model wife was having an affair with heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. You getting the divorce #Golddigger.'But Makhdoom hit back minutes later, claiming her husband left his family because they had 'robbed' him and telling him to 'stop making false things up'.
He previously said: 'She’s a gold digger and she’s very false, in fact she’s 100 per cent fake and my son and we are all finally seeing through her.' This morning Makhdoom tweeted a cryptic message calling for 'patience' as the dust settles after their astonishing feud.
The model, who has been married to the champion boxer for four years, posted the word 'patience' in English and Arabic at 8.14am.
The 30-year-old said: 'Left my family and friends for this Faryal. Branding him a '30-year-old baby', she went on to accuse him of sleeping with prostitutes and being a bad role model.
Khan's family, who have infamously criticised his wife in public, waded into the debacle, launching an attack on the model by calling her 'selfish' and even claiming she drove him into depression.
He added Makhdoom had briefed two publications in UK and one English paper in Pakistan about the 'hacked' account as part of her plan to win Khan back. The source said: 'Amir stood his ground and told her that it was over and that he had mentally decided to move on from her and that he was unable to take it anymore.'He hung up on her and when she texted again with threatening messages, he released video message to put an end to it all.' Makhdoom allegedly told Khan that they were not officially divorced because he had not said the Talaak (Arabic for divorce) to her three times as tradition requires.
Khan then texted her 'talaak, talaak, talaak', said the source.
A Khan family source told Mail Online: 'Amir and Faryal have split up. There have been problems in the relationship for a long time and they were headed for a separation. Another Khan family source told Mail Online: 'Faryal is evil.