Hyderabad, Apr 10: Just when the controversy over Shoaib Malik's first marriage to Ayesha Siddqui was dying down, it has emerged that the Pakistani cricketer has provided wrong information on the divorce papers, which could lead to fresh trouble.
The Pakistani all rounder, who is set to marry Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza, signed the divorce papers to end the marriage with Ayesha Siddiqui on Apr 7.
Shoaib has allegedly provided wrong information in the divorce and agreement settlement papers. The name of Shoaib's late father is written as Malik Saleem Hussain in official documents, while the invitation for the upcoming marriage shows the name of the groom's father as Malik Faqeer Hussain.
This could be another attempt by the Pakistani cricketer to deny his 2002 marriage with Ayesha.
If the Siddiqui family decides to file a case against Shoaib Malik for providing wrong information on documents, Shoaib could be facing legal action.
After denying the marriage with Ayesha for several weeks, Shoaib Malik finally admitted to it and signed the divorce papers on Wednesday, Apr 7, after which the Siddiquis decided to withdraw the police complaint they filed against him.
However, Shoaib is still entangled in trouble as the police are yet to return his passport, which was impounded while they were questioning him in connection with the cheating and harassment charges slapped against him.
Without the passport the controversial Sania-Shoiab marriage can not take case. Qazis in Hyderabad do not perform marriages involving foreigners without the person's passport and a no-objection certificate from the government.