Published On: Sun, Sep 17th, 2023
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‘I married Egyptian toyboy 46 years younger – now I want him deported’ | UK | News

The pensioner who got the nation talking about her unlikely hook up with an Egyptian toyboy now wants him deported.

Iris Jones, 84, declared her love for Mohamed Ibrahim on the This Morning sofa – saying their “rough” lovemaking was helped along by a “whole tube” of K-Y Jelly.

But now after two years of marriage Iris has kicked her husband Mohamed out of her home – and wants him booted out of the UK, reports The Mirror. 

She’s even asked the Home Office to turn down his visa renewal and deport him, saying she feels “stupid” about the relationship.  

Iris, from Weston-super-Mare says she was “blinded by love” and is worried he might do the same to someone else.

Mohamed denies any wrongdoing.

Home Office rules say that if your visa is based on your relationship you must notify them if you divorce or separate.

However, you can still apply to extend your visa or to live permanently in the UK. approached the Home Office for comment.

A spokesperson told The Mirror: “We do not routinely comment on individual cases.”

Mohamed, then 34, first spoke on Facebook with the pensioner.

Within a month he had proposed to Iris which she accepted on her first trip to visit him.

They moved to the UK but things went sour when, Iris claims, Mohamed wanted her bungalow – valued at £260,000 – signing over to him when she died rather than her son. 

Iris has sons Darren, 56, and Steve, 57. 

Darren says: “When their relationship started, my mum came around my house like a love-struck teenager.

“I said she should leave him alone but she didn’t listen.”

But he says he’d never seen his mum “so happy.” 

Iris left people open-mouthed after famous chat on the This Morning sofa with then presenting team Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

Speaking on the programme she said: “Oh the first night?

“Pretty rough. Nobody had been there with me for 35 years.

“I thought I was a virgin again.

“Anyway, can I say what we used? A whole tube of K-Y Jelly.

“I couldn’t walk the next day. I felt as if I’d been riding a horse.

“Saddle sore wasn’t in it.”

Iris now vol­unteers in a charity shop and lives on £200-a-week pension and disability benefit.

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