According to multiple reports, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been allowed to marry his fiancee in a UK prison, where he has been lodged since 2019, as he battles extradition to the United States.
The two met in 2011 when she joined his legal team and their relationship turned romantic in 2015, He said in a youtube video.
Morris was “relieved that cause prevailed and I hope that there will be no further interference in our marriage,” Guardian informed of,
Wednesday, Morris claimed The governor of Belmarsh Prison, where Assange is being held, was actively preventing the couple from marrying and was ready to take legal action against them.
After the couple was allowed to marry, a prison spokesman said that “Mr. Assange’s application was received, considered and processed in the usual manner by the prison governor like any other prisoner. Guardian,
No date has been fixed for their marriage.