The former king of Malaysia has insisted that a son of his Russian wife of beauty queen should raise a Muslim as a condition for a £ 195,000 trust fund for the child.
Sultan Muhammad V of Kelantan, 50, has also demanded that the boy should never contact him.
The conditions are part of a proposed settlement between the warring spouses – now divorce – prepared by the royal who left his throne during their turbulent one-year marriage, informed sources told MailOnline.
Oksana Voevodina, 27, insists that the child is his – conceived during a vacation they shared in Australia – and promised to go to the Moscow court to demand a DNA test in an attempt to paternity the to prove the then king.
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Oksana Voevodina, 27, (right) with Kelantan's Sultan Muhammad V, 50, celebrating their engagement last year, she claims that the boy was conceived on a vacation she shared with the Sultan in Australia
The English-educated Malaysian royal has offered a trust fund worth a quarter of a million dollars for the child (Ismail Leon depicted with Oksana) – a condition is that the boy Leon and his mother are not allowed to contact him in the future
The Sultan claimed that photos & # 39; s of the baby exclusively revealed by MailOnline showed that he & # 39; the son of every Asian man & # 39; could be
The Sultan claimed that photos & # 39; s of the baby exclusively revealed by MailOnline showed that he & # 39; the son of every Asian man & # 39; could be, we were told by palace sources in Malaysia.
Now we can reveal that the English-educated Malaysian royal party has offered a trust fund worth a quarter of a million dollars for the child – a condition is that the boy Leon and his mother will not be allowed to contact him in the future.
However, the boy must be raised as a Sunni Muslim and go to appropriate religious schools.
The former king was also ready to pay another $ 100,000 (£ 77,600) in ten monthly payments on Oksana, we understand.
The trust fund would make monthly payments of $ 1,500 (£ 1,160) for the child, increasing as he grew older in a deal that would finance him through college.
The proposed agreement imposes draconian restrictions on his ex-wife and her child.
Wealthy Sultan Muhammad V of Kelantan, 50, has reportedly examined the photos of the baby his ex-wife claims to be his
Oksana Voevodina, depicted with the baby Leon, has offered a DNA test to prove that the king is the boy's father. She said that Leon was conceived while the newlyweds were on their honeymoon in Australia. She has started legal proceedings to declare the Sultan his father
Oksana said the former king wept for joy when she broke the big news. The king answered and said that she & # 39; absolute nonsense & # 39; spoke
The proposed deal indicates that the ex-king – who according to the Malaysian system could theoretically give up the throne one day in January – will not publicly admit or deny paternity of the child.
He also refuses to make Leon the heir to the Kelantan sultanate that he rules close to the Thai border.
It is believed that Oksana rejected the deal that would force her to remove her social media profiles – more than half a million followers – and all her photos from the Sultan.
Failure to comply with the strict confidentiality agreement would mean that she was liable for the repayment of money that she had received from him under the agreement.
The couple remains far apart about an agreed arrangement.
According to informed sources in Malaysia, Oksana, a former Miss Moscow, originally sought £ 16 million with a Spanish villa and more recently £ 24,400 for child benefit plus a future London home worth £ 8 million.
Although he was married to Oksana (photo with Leon), the Sultan never intended the relationship to be public knowledge in Malaysia or abroad, MailOnline was told
The reasons for the king's abdication have not been revealed, but palace sources strongly denied that it was because his marriage to the Russian beauty queen became public knowledge in the conservative country. Pictured: Leon, left and right
More immediately she wanted an apartment of £ 1.2 million in the Russian capital, we were told.
Oksana has insisted that the boy have royal blood and that the ex-king must take care of him.
She has offered a DNA test to prove her claim.
The five-month-old baby looks a lot like his father, "she said.
The Sultan & # 39; does not feel (the baby) looks like him & # 39 ;, MailOnline was told.
Marrying her was the & # 39; biggest mistake & # 39; of his life.
The former King's lawyer in Singapore, Koh Tien Hua, previously claimed: & # 39; There is no objective evidence for the child's biological father. & # 39; Oksana said she is ready for DNA testing to prove paternity & # 39; (photo: Oksana during pregnancy with Leon Ismail)
Her claims that they had planned a child, and that he was crying with happiness when she discovered she was pregnant, were & # 39; absolute nonsense & # 39 ;, he told courtiers.
Oksana and the then king met in Europe for the first time in 2017.
At the beginning of 2018, she converted to Islam.
They married in June 2018 in a secret Islamic ceremony in Kelantan.
Their wedding reception in Moscow was five months later in November 2018, when the details of the competition were first revealed.
Oksana claims that she became pregnant while on a honeymoon in Australia. The then king – who would later give up the throne – & # 39; was so happy that he cried and then he called all his friends & # 39; He cried and said: & # 39; Oh, I will become a father, I am so happy & # 39; & # 39;
The Russian judge can demand a DNA test from the multi-millionaire ex-monarch. When a suspect father refuses such a test or is not present at hearings, courts here invariably accept the paternity claim
They broke up in early December 2018 and he pulled away from the throne the following month.
Baby Leon was born on May 21, 2019.
He divorced her using the strictest Islamic procedure in June 2019.
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