Unidentified Men Attempt To Break Into Jemima's London House

Unidentified Men Attempt To Break Into Jemima's London House
Unidentified men attempted to break into Jemima's house, according to the screenwriter and ex-wife of former premier Imran Khan.

According to her, the men attempted to enter her house in central London a few days ago in the middle of the night.

Jemima posted images of the men suspected to be behind the break-in, on Twitter, saying "If you can identify them, then please let me know…."

Meanwhile, Geo News quoted her as saying that she called the police following the break-in attempt at her house.

She said that the men were seen on camera and a report has been filed. The Scotland Yard was called in to investigate the incident.

"And then these two guys [were] captured on camera trespassing," Jemima said, referring to the images she shared online.

She added that she wasn't sure if the suspects in the two incidents were linked or operating separately.

The report pointed out that it isn't the first time that the screenwriter was targeted by unidentified men.

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Five years ago, A Pakistani origin driver had pleaded guilty to sending her text messages. The prosecution had accused Mahmood of stalking Jemima after he picked her up from a club and dropped her home.

Last year, too, the same man texted Jemima again in breach of the restraining order issued by the court.

The screenwriter had reported him to the police again. Subsequently, the driver was sentenced to a nine-week prison sentence for the clear breach of the court order.

Law enforcers have initiated a probe to determine the whereabouts of the men seen in the images, and a probe has been initiated.

The LEAs are also probing the motive behind the attempted break-in, which remains unknown until now.