Unidentified men break into Jemima’s house

This is not the first time Jemima has dealt with people violating her privacy. In 2017, British-Pakistani taxi driver Hassan Mahmood pleaded guilty to bombarding her with more than 1,000 phone calls and messages after she posed for a ‘selfie’ with him.

British producer Jemima Khan revealed on Tuesday that a few days ago, unidentified men made an effort to break into her London apartment in the middle of the night.

The journalist and filmmaker posted images of the guys to her Twitter account along with a request for help in identifying them. “If you can identify them, then please let me know,” she wrote.

When a nighttime break-in attempt was made at the house where she resides in Central London, Jemima told a local news source that she immediately dialed the police.

She claimed that two men were seen on camera, that Scotland Yard was contacted, and that a complaint had been filed. In addition, Jemima admitted that she is unsure of the men’s relationships and whether they are one person or two distinct people. β€œAnd then these two guys captured on camera trespassing a few weeks later in the day,” she said about the two men whose pictures she posted on her official Twitter account.

This is not the first time Jemima has dealt with people violating her privacy. In 2017, British-Pakistani taxi driver Hassan Mahmood pleaded guilty to bombarding her with more than 1,000 phone calls and messages after she posed for a ‘selfie’ with him.

Jemima said in a statement: “The incident has made me incredibly anxious at times. I would be home alone and he would call me several times and text repeatedly late at night. Sometimes he would send texts saying he would come to my house. That really frightened me.”

Written by Mahnoor Luqman

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