A woman has accused Pakistan Team Captain Babar Azam of sexually abusing her for last 10 years.

Hamiza Mukhtar, a resident of Lahore, says that she has approach Nasirabad police station but in vain.

“Babar Azam who is now enjoying captaincy of Pakistan Team has sexually abused me for last 10 years,” the woman accuses.

Speaking at a press conference in Lahore on Saturday, the woman, identified as Hamiza, claimed that she was Azam’s neighbour and old school mate, adding that the young cricketer tricked her into love and marriage.

“When I asked him to marry me, he tortured me,” she said.

Hamiza said that she had financially supported Azam when he was struggling with his career, adding that she spent millions of rupees on him.

“When I called the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to lodge a complaint, they said that it was a personal matter,” she continued.

The woman has threatened to set herself ablaze in front of Pakistan cricket board if she failed to get justice.

The woman who was accompanied by a man has also provided documents regarding “abortion” at a local hosptial.

Hamiza Mukhtar says she used to give money to Babar Azam as his family gave him nothing.

“So far, I have given him millions of rupees but now he is not ready even to talk to me,” says the woman. She has also provided phone call list to the reporters.

According to reporters, when questioned about the allegations, PCB’s Director of Media and Communications Samiul Hassan said that this was Babar’s private matter and the Board could not comment on it.

During Saturday’s press conference, the woman’s lawyer said that an FIR had been lodged with the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore regarding the matter but no action was taken.

Hamiza’s petition is now pending at the Sessions Court, which is scheduled for a hearing on December 4. The sexual harassment case will be heard on December 5.

Babar Azam, who is in New Zealand for a three-match T20I series and a two-match Test series, could not be reached for a comment on the matter.

It is pertinent to mention here that another Pakistan star, Shoaib Malik, had faced a similar scandal prior to his wedding to Indian tennis player Sania Mirza a decade or so ago.