The lawyer of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said that the secret had two children from him when he was hiding in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and preparing for the process of extradition to the United States.
Stella Morris, a lawyer of South African origin, which is now 37 years said that gave birth to first son, Gabriel, in 2017. By this time Assange hiding in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for four years. Their second child, Max, was born last year. The process of bringing children into the light filmed, and the footage was sent to Assange.
Last year she was able to go to the London prison where Assange is, with a young son, telling the guards that the baby needs feeding. Assange, according to her, was so happy to see my son. Stella Morris stated that now that Assange has any sincere concern for the health caused by the spread of coronavirus and his isolation in prison, according to the British news Agency Press Association. The couple managed to keep their relationship and child a secret from the Ecuadorian diplomats who were provided refuge to Assange at the Embassy for seven years.
"I love Julian and looking forward to the wedding with him," said Morris in an interview with Dailymail. According to her, they first met over a Cup of tea in London in 2011, when their mutual friend Jennifer Robinson, a former attorney for Assange, introduced them to each other. Morris, who spent some time in Sweden, fluent in Swedish and helped to defend Assange against accusations of rape against him in 2010 in the country. A few years later these charges were dropped.
"In the beginning it was a working relationship. I was at the Embassy every day, and Julian became a friend. But over the years it has evolved from the man I loved to see the man I wanted to see more than anything else," said the lawyer, adding that they even planned to try to get married in the Embassy after he gave her a diamond ring on the Internet. Assange, born in Australia, also has an older son from a previous relationship.
The couple, who were engaged in 2017, believe that the employees of U.S. intelligence tried to steal the DNA of Gabriel out of his diapers when they have any reason to suspect that Assange is his father. At one time the British Scotland Yard, the clock followed Assange, but the exorbitant cost of tracking in excess of $ 16 million, caused a negative reaction of taxpayers, and the police were forced to shut down the operation.
The extradition of Assange, who last year was transferred to the maximum security prison Belmarsh in England are making in the US, accusing him of espionage and leaking of thousands of documents of us intelligence. On the totality of the charges he faces up to 170 years in prison.