Zayn Malik says Yolanda Hadid broke into her house
Zayn Malik attends the Balmain fashion show as part of Paris Fashion Week Fall / Winter 2017/2018 Womenswear on March 2, 2017 in Paris, France.
Zayn Malik says his confrontation with Yolanda Hadid stemmed from the fact that he felt she had crossed certain boundaries, breaking into his house in Pennsylvania and Gigi’s.
Sources with direct knowledge told a gossip website TMZ Zayn was at his home on September 29, when Yolanda “broke into” the house, without first calling or even knocking on the door.
Apparently, this ordeal was the culmination of an ongoing source of conflict, as Zayn felt like Yolanda was acting like the house was his own and ignoring his position as Gigi’s boyfriend and father to their daughter. Sources say Zayn made her feelings known once she entered, but Yolanda ignored her feelings.
As we previously reported, Zayn’s confrontation with Yolanda ended with Zayn allegedly pushing her into a dresser, causing “mental anguish and physical pain.” Zayn did not challenge the harassment and was fined, but with conditions. He is on 90 days probation for each count, totaling 360 days. He must also take an anger management course and a domestic violence program and have no contact with Yolanda or the security guard with whom he clashed during the conflict. If all the conditions are met after 6 months, the judge can end the probation.
According to the gossip site, the One Direction alum is staying at home in Pennsylvania to be close to his daughter Khai, working and recording his music while he and Gigi begin the process of working with a mediator to determine new co-parenting deals. since they are no longer together.