British boxer, Amir Khan’s wife, Faryal Makhdoom reportedly had a foul-mouthed rant at a love rival, in which she told her she hoped she would ‘die with cancer’.
The reality star, 32, allegedly held a screaming match over a phone call with the unnamed woman whom boxing champion Amir, 36, met in Dubai.
In the message, she also appeared to threaten to ‘slit’ the woman’s throat.
The couple, who have been married for ten years, share three children – but have separated over a sexting scandal in which the sportsman allegedly begged a model to send him revealing pictures.
In the recording heard by The Sun, Ms Khan appears to threaten: ‘If you ever contact Amir again, I will slit your f** **** throat.
‘You should be scared of me, b****, you should be scared of me. I hope one day you die with cancer, b****, okay?
‘Now go hang up. F*** off now. Dumb b****.’
The clip, which has circulated widely on TikTok, then continued, with Faryal claiming to be ‘the biggest Asian’.
She ranted: ‘I’m the biggest Asian, alright, and girls like you look up to me.’ ‘And you sleep with married men — b****.
‘Have you seen the state of you? You think you look like me? B****, you wish you looked like me.’
It is not the first time she has been accused of making threats to women associated with her husband.
Just last week Ms Khan was forced to deny claims that she threatened to destroy former BBC presenter Suzi Mann, 45, who had accused the boxer of flirting with her.
The presenter claimed she was sent a series of ‘flirty’ messages making ‘sexual advances’ by Khan after they first met in 2016 when she hosted a concert in Manchester.
However, Suzi, who has helmed BBC Asian Network’s Official Asian Music Chart Show, said Faryal then claimed to be her husband on Twitter and sent ‘vile and abusive’ messages.
Ms. Khan denied the claims, telling The Sun that it was ‘all untrue’ and a ‘load of rubbish’.
Meanwhile, Amir Khan’s representatives told MailOnline there was ‘no truth’ to Ms Mann’s allegations.
Ms Mann wrote on Instagram last week: ‘I first met Amir Khan in 2016 whilst I was hosting Arijit Singh in Manchester!
A couple of days after the concert, I started receiving WhatsApp messages from an unknown number, with someone claiming to be Amir Khan!
‘I immediately had to ask, actor or boxer? Unfortunately, it was the latter!
‘On a more serious note, these messages continued and then I started to receive calls and voicemails from Amir Khan himself.
‘Now I’ve been in this industry too long to not know when someone is flirting and making sexual advances.
‘This was not something I felt comfortable with and I chose to not entertain it, but remained professional.’