First photo of late Muhammad Ali’s secret daughter as she begs to see boxing legend before he death


Boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s secret daughter today makes a passionate plea to his family: “Let me see him one last time before he dies.”

Kiiursti Mensah Ali – who looks remarkably like the ex-world heavyweight champ – reveals she was the result of a 20-year affair her mum had with him in his heyday.

She claims a 1988 paternity test proves she is his child and that Ali agreed to having his name on her birth certificate.

Kiiursten Mensah Ali

Kiiursten Mensah Ali is Mohammed Ali’s 10th child. Kiiursten lives in Houston, Texas

Kiiursti, 33, also tells how the boxing star visited her and mum Barbara Mensah several times when she was little – and that she has become close to some of his other nine children.

But she says she was cut out of his life when he married his fourth wife Lonnie in 1986 – three years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.

“Muhammad Ali is my dad – but everything changed the moment he married her,” says Kiiursti.

“He stopped coming to see me. As the years went by he got sicker and sicker. She stopped him having a relationship with me. It’s been devastating.

“Now, I want to say goodbye to him before he dies. I want her to please let me have that chance. I’m not after his money. I don’t care about that. I make my own.

“All I want is to spend time with my father especially now he is so ill – but she has control of everything.”

And Kiiursti revealed she wants Ali to give her away when she weds. During our interview, she flicks through family photos showing her as a child with the fighter who became The Greatest in the 60s and 70s.

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She reveals how her mum Barbara first met him when she was a 17-year-old high school beauty in Houston, Texas, in 1967.


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