Jemima Goldsmith Reveals She Was Harassed by an Uber Driver

Pakistani PM’s ex-wife revealed she was harassed by an Uber driver and stalked for 2 years.

Jemima Goldsmith

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith revealed she was harassed and stalked by an Uber driver for 2 years. Replying to the English journalist Jojo Moyes’ Tweet, she claimed that even the ride-hailing services were unsafe for women.

Jemima Marcelle Goldsmith is a British film, documentary, and television producer. She is also the founder of a television production company Instinct Productions. The 47-year-old has quite a dedicated fan-following on her social media accounts.

She became a popular journalist and wrote for UK’s renowned newspapers and magazines – such as The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, and The Observer. In Pakistan, she contributed as a hardworking philanthropist and social worker.


Jemimah Goldsmith


Jemima Goldsmith built the Jemima Khan Afghan Refugee Appeal which focused on helping the Afghan refugees in Peshawar. In addition to this, she also established a fashion label that employed poor women in Pakistan.

Needless to say, Jemima has become a household name through her charity work and contributions in Pakistan. She has spoken, many a time, for the rights of women. This time, it was her reply to the English journalist Jojo Moyes that caught netizens’ attention.


Pakistani PM’s ex-wife revealed she was harassed by an Uber driver and stalked for 2 years. Women in Pakistan are not safe as it is, but to have an important figure like Jemima reveal she was stalked for so long makes it an even scarier thought.

The Tweet

First, let’s take a look at Jojo Moyes’ Tweet:


I’m not sure any man truly understands how we absorb our fear from such an early age. I carried my keys through my fingers from the age of 14. I still dress from the shoes up, mentally calculating whether I might need to run.



To this, Jemima replied and wrote:



Yes. And for those lucky enough to be able to afford an Uber or cab when too sacred to walk- that’s not always safe either- how many times have you felt scared with a male driver? I had a cab driver stalker who harassed me for two years.



Jojo Moyes shared that she too was scared of using Uber for traveling. And Jemima further went on to say that Uber should have a service dedicated to women. Take a look:



Do you agree with Jemima Goldsmith? Should there be a service especially for women? Or is that a far-fetched idea? Share your views in the comments section.




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