48-year-old WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange became the father of two children while he was at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he hid from justice from 2012 to 2019. This information was shared with journalists on the eve of the beloved Assange and the mother of his sons, 37-year-old Stella Morris.
The lawyer told the Daily Mail that their affair began in 2015, after she began to help him in the case of ending extradition to the United States. In 2017, their eldest son Gabriel was secretly born, and a year later the younger Max was born. Morris claims that Julian watched the birth of two children via video link. Stella and the kids regularly visited Assange in prison.
The beloved of the founder of WikiLeaks decided to publish this information so that the court released Assange from prison for health reasons. She is convinced that in London’s Belmarsh prison, where Julian is serving his term, he is in serious danger. In the correctional facility, cases of infection with coronavirus have already been recorded , and one of the patients died. Now Assange is in solitary confinement 23 hours a day, and all visits to him are prohibited.
Over the past five years, I realized that love lives even in the most unbearable circumstances, but now everything has changed: now I really fear that I will no longer see him alive. I lived quietly and in solitude, raised two children and dreamed about the day when we could be reunited. Now I have to speak, because I see that his life is on the verge. Julian’s poor physical health puts him in very serious danger, like many other vulnerable people, and I don’t think he can survive the coronavirus disease,
– Stella Morris expressed her concerns.
Beloved Assange said that he is at risk because she suffers from a chronic lung disease and has mental problems that are aggravated in conditions of complete isolation. Morris added that in 2017 he and Assange became engaged, and admitted that she dreams of quickly marrying him. Stella claims that she and Julian will marry, even if he remains behind bars.
The other day marks exactly one year from the moment Julian Assange was evicted from the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where he hid from American justice for seven years. He was detained at the request of the United States. A London court found him guilty of violating bail conditions and sentenced him to 11 months in prison.