This family are still at it.
The bitter feud between Amir Khan’s wife Faryal Makhdoom and his family has been going on since early December.
The Pakistani-American has been called a “very evil woman” by Amir’s parents for ruffling feathers in the family, after posting revealing photos of herself, which they did not like.
Faryal has come out and accused her sister-in-law of bullying her and has since opened up in more detail.
The stunning 24-year-old has told the Daily Mail that “it’s not just the parents” who have caused her grief.
She reportedly told the paper: “I wonder if the older daughter [Tabinda] was filling the parents’ heads. She lived a block away in Bolton, but was always in our house.
“She was very controlling and I remember her saying once ‘you’re supposed to live with Amir but at any excuse all you do is f*** off to your mum’s in New York’.
“I said ‘you’re the last one to talk. You’re married but you’re always here at your mum’s house!’
“She grabbed my hair and slapped my head. I was eight months’ pregnant. I told Amir but he didn’t believe me because he couldn’t believe me.”
Recently, Faryal also appeared on This Morning and told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby that Amir’s father said she looked “fake” like “Michael Jackson”.
Later Amir’s brother tweeted: “Michael Jackson isn’t dead. He lives with us.”
Some people are so cruel.
Faryal insisted she’d never actually had any plastic surgery, just a few fillers in her cheeks and her lips.
Shah, her father-in-law, who used to live with them in Bolton branded her “crazy” for opening up on national TV instead of trying to make amends with them all.
He then went on to claim his son might even split up with her “sooner rather than later”.
The model has said however, that the super tight family refused to welcome her from the off.
“I believe they couldn’t accept Amir had found someone who might take him away from them,” she said.
His parents also made her sign a prenup two weeks before their wedding to protect Amir’s finances.
She said: “In our culture, to ask a bride to do that is very disrespectful. One of his team gave it to me when Amir was in the training camp.
“I signed it because I wanted to prove I didn’t want the money. I wanted Amir. He is the love of my life.
“When I was pregnant, Amir cancelled the pre-nup.”
Amir took to Twitter a few weeks ago to address all of the fighting and said that he “didn’t want to get involved in this mess.”
He then added that it was “childish behaviour ” and “both parties need to stop this.”
The boxer has spoken..
Unfortunately though, last night, Mariyah Khan, 19, seemed to lash out at Faryal in another cryptic jibe saying: “Biggest lesson learnt this year is probably to not give so much of yourself to people who will not do the same for you.”
Oh dear, can this lot of resolve their issues.
2016 has been a horrendous year, it’s time to put the past behind you!