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Khan, 30, and his wife, 26, became embroiled in a sensational public row on Twitter during which both were guilty of mudslinging.
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.
Makhdoom said last night that she had tried to stop Khan from drinking alcohol every night and be a better Muslim, according to the source.
She allegedly fears 'Islamist radicals' would issue a fatwa - an Islamic ruling - against Khan for his un-Islamic behaviour.
It's good Amir has reached to the conclusive fact that she's a cheater, selfish and greedy. ' She later deleted her wave of tweets about the split. He then tweeted: 'Bantz aside, I hope you guys can resolve your situation or this is a hack as we have never even met! I'll just let it go.'I'm not the one who's been in the papers every month with my pants down. But amir did not need to do stupid tweets accusing others when he's in the wrong.
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.
Olive branch: Farayl Makhdoom tried to backtrack on her love-split Twitter feud with Amir Khan for the sake of their daughter Lamaisah, two. Right: The Khans at home But Khan foiled her plan by uploading a snapchat video from Dubai saying their split was real and no-one had been hacked.
The source told Mail Online Makhdoom came up with the idea that both should announce that their twitter accounts have been hacked and tell the media as a 'way out'.