Police are called to Amir Khan’s £1.5million mansion over ‘bust-up

BOXING star Amir Khan has police called to investigate a bust-up at his Bolton mansion days after he revealed plans to star in a reality series with his family, it has been reported.

Officers attended the boxer’s £1.5million Bolton home over reports that a man was behaving aggressively.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed they were called and said inquiries were continuing, according to the Sun.

Khan, 33, lives at the six- ­bedroom detached home with wife Faryal Makhdoom, 29, and their three children.

It is believed welterweight title-winner had feared the incident could delay the filming of his new series, Meet The Khans: Big In Bolton.

However, he has told the newspaper that the eight-part BBC3 series will not be affected.

Khan and Faryal, will open their doors for the new access all areas documentary which will give fans an insight into their life in Bolton, Manchester.

The couple, will show how they juggle their careers and relationship with raising their three young children Lamaisah, six, Alayna, two, and six-month-old Muhammad Zaviyar.

BBC Three controller Fiona Campbell said of the show: ‘It’s about family and struggles and relationships.

‘It epitomises what BBC Three wants to be. It’s going to be really cool.’

The celebrity couples marriage was hit by problems after he was accused of repeatedly cheating on the fashion model. 

In 2017, he wrongly accused Faryal on Twitter of sleeping with fellow boxer Anthony Joshua. They announced they were splitting but Khan later apologised and they have remained together since.

Last year, he admitted: ‘I wasn’t husband of the year. I was a bit naughty at times.

 

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