Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange's Secret Family Appeals to release him from Jail

New Zealand (Infocorner Online) Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange's Secret Family Appeals to release him from Jail. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's Secret partner says she had two children while she was living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

 Julian Assange's partner, Stella Morris, says she has a relationship with Julian Assange since 2015 and is now she is raising their two children on her own. She revealed this after concerns over the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the Belmarsh jail. Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy about a year ago and still is being held in the Belmarsh Prison.

Assange, a 48-year-old Australian, is currently seeking bail in view of his health concerns. His Partner Stella Morris was born in South Africa and by profession she is a lawyer. She told the British newspaper The Mail, that she brought their relationship to the scene because Assange's life was in danger and Stella believed that he would not be survived if he was infected with the Coronavirus. 

In a video message posted via WikiLeaks' YouTube account, Stella Morris said she met Julian Assange in 2011 when she joined the Wikileaks founder's legal team. Stella said she used to visit him at the embassy almost every day, and she knew hi well. The couple fell in love in 2015 and got engaged two years later.

Shee told The Mail that Julian Assange had seen the birth of his sons through a video link and later on, the boys used to visit their father in the embassy to meet. She says that three-year-old Gabrielle and one-year-old Max talk to their father via video calls.
Stella Morris said making a family was a deliberate decision to end the four walls of the prison and think about his later life.

She Said many people thought it was a crazy decision to start a family in such situations, but for us it was a way to keep our reality alive. She added, It keeps me realistic and gives him the comfort and support when he sees his children. They are happy children too. '

Remember that Assange took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London in 2012 to avoid a case of sexual abuse in Sweden. That case has now been dismissed. Julian Assange is also currently facing extradition requests to the United States on charges of espionage.

Julian Assange was forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian embassy on April 11, 2019, and was sentenced to almost a year in prison for violating his bail conditions. He was scheduled to be released from prison last September, but a local court decided that he should be kept in jail until the case was decided to extradite him to Sweden. Julian Assange has more children too, but there are not many details about them. One of his sons is reportedly a software designer in Australia.

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