New Delhi, Apr.3 (ANI): Backing her husband-to-be, Shoaib Malik, amidst controversy surrounding their wedding, Indian tennis star Sania Mirza has said that she and her family are aware about 'all' the truth behind Malik's first marriage with Hyderabad based girl, Ayesha Siddiqui.
Sania, in her latest tweet, supported Malik and his family members, who have been accused by the Siddiqui's of cheating them.
"Me and my family know what the truth is, we've known it all along and we have confidence in god's justice," the 24-year-old tennis star wrote in her comments on Twitter.
Sania said that while getting ready for the 'biggest day' of her life, she never thought that she would have to 'deal with so many things apart from the regular pre-wedding jitters.'
Meanwhile, the Siddiqui family has served a legal notice to Shoaib alleging that he had married Ayesha in 2002 and must come clean over the first marriage before tying the knot with Sania.
The family has sent a legal notice to the Maliks on the grounds of defamation, harassment, character assassination and fraud.
The legal notice comes after Shoaib's brother-in-law Imran Zafar Malik told a private television channel that they have hired a counsel in New Delhi to take legal action against the Hyderabad based Siddiqui family.
Imran agreed that Shoaib had got engaged to Ayesha, but the Siddiqui family had shown a photograph of another girl at the time of engagement.
On Friday, the controversy took another ugly turn when the Siddiqui family came out with, what they claimed, was the marriage certificate of Shoaib and Ayesha's marriage.
Pakistani television channels flashed the 'alleged' Nikahnama (marriage certificate), which apparently contained the signatures of Shoaib on the column for the groom and the name of Maha Siddiqui on the column for the bride.
"I have released this marriage certificate because Shoaib and his family have constantly been denying this marriage," Ayesha told one Pakistani television channel over the telephone from Hyderabad. (ANI)