TV journalist, philanthropist and former wife of PTI chairman Imran Khan, Reham Khan announced the release of her tell-all biography on Amazon today.

Titled Reham Khan, the 563-page biography is said to detail the main events of her life as she balanced motherhood with a career that veered from broadcasting to social activism. However, the book caused a furore prior to release due to its rumoured portrayal of her ex-husband Imran Khan as well as other notable personalities like former cricketer Wasim Akram and business Zulfiqar Bukhari.

Reham locked horns over the book's contents with several public figures, most notably TV host/actor Hamza Ali Abbasi who accused her of portraying Imran Khan negatively to further his rival party PML-N's agenda ahead of the elections.

In an interview with CNN-IBN, she referred to her biography as "an in-depth book about my life and relationships" and explains that "those relationships and their problems... have an impact on the futures of all Pakistanis and people in our region."

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The book's Amazon page further adds that it "touches on sensitive issues, both political and social, and the author has had to resist extreme bullying, harassment and life-threatening situations to bring it to you."

The book is available in paperback in the UK and select territories and in ebook format worldwide.

Reham Khan has already racked up some sales, as tweets have started pouring in about its content:

A shorter pirated PDF version of the book that totals to 365 pages started doing the rounds on the internet soon after Reham announced her book's Amazon release.