‘Threatened, abused and beaten to death’, Humaima Malik opens up about her abusive marriage

Following Fatema Sohail, Humaima also opens up about her abusive relationship.

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  • Following Moshin Abbas’s episode, star-actress Humaima Malik also opened up about her abusive marriage. 

  • In a series of stories on Instagram, she speaks about how she pulled herself out of the abusive marriage. 

  • I was ‘threatened, abused and beaten to death’, she says. 

Following Mohsin Abbas Haider’s episode, ‘Bol’ star Humaima Malik opens up about her abusive marriage. In a series of Instagram stories yesterday, Humaima shared the abuse and torture that was inflicted upon her in her three years long relationship.

She was only nineteen when it all started, and though years have passed, it still haunts her as it has permanently scarred her soul. The 31 years old veteran added that she was at such a tender and vulnerable stage that she could not share it with her own family.

“Although it has been years but all those years and the pain-filled days and nights still haunt me. I was only a 19-20 years old miserable young girl. Who couldn’t even share my screaming wounds with my family,” Humaima Malik said.

I am shameful of my self today I didn’t do anything for my self 3 years of an abusive marriage, 7 years of another abusive relationship and it repeated again”, she continued. 

She concluded her ordeal with the hashtag #NoMoreSilence, encouraging more women to join it and share their suffering.

Here is what she said in her stories:

Humaima_MalikA report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about homicides says that domestic violence is the biggest contributor towards women deaths across the world. It is termed as the leading cause, which speaks about the gravity of the situation.

The said report suggested that domestic violence is the ‘fifth leading cause of death for women ages 18 to 44’. With being the fifth largest cause, it is the largest ‘preventable’ contributor.


Also See: Domestic Violence Is The Biggest Preventable ‘Contributor’ Of Women Deaths

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