Amir Khan's wife Faryal breaks down in tears in therapy over abusive trolls who taunt her about his cheating scandals

AMIR Khan's wife Faryal Makhdoom broke down in tears in therapy as she told how abusive trolls taunt her over his cheating scandals.

The 29-year-old says she's "hurt" by "jealous" fans who attack her family online.

She was speaking to psychologist Emma Kenny in her new reality show Meet The Khans: Big In Bolton.

Faryal revealed: "Someone posted saying, 'oh you're on your high horse you look so happy. Don't forget about the time your husband was constantly in the papers and there were cheating allegations and your marriage was on the rocks.'

"That's so harsh, it was so much in one paragraph.

"It obviously does upset me."

Faryal broke off as she was overcome with emotion.

"I do have a thick skin and put up with a lot of abuse online," she said.

"But putting up with things that are said about my husband, my family, my relationship, my children, is something that kind of hurts.

"You look at celebrities and you think 'oh she's got everything, she's got a famous husband, children, money…'

"There is that jealousy and envy which comes with it. But I've been through so much s*** you have no reason to be jealous.

"You have to be a really bad person to be miserable and mean towards someone to put that person down. It shows your character."

After letting her emotion spill out, Faryal admitted: "I feel a lot better now, letting it all out."

Amir married Faryal at New York’s Waldorf Astoria hotel in 2013, when she was 21 and him 26, and they moved to Bolton to start a family.

The couple talk candidly in a new eight-part BBC docu-series about rebuilding their relationship following their six-month split in 2017 after the former world champ was caught having a string of affairs.

Bolton-born Amir, 34, tells the show his cheating days are behind him after taking New York beauty Faryal, 29, to “hell and back”.

She says she took back the boxer – who is worth £22million – for the sake of their family.

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