Muslim speaker Nouman Ali Khan is under fire after screenshots that allegedly show him "bribing, threatening and misbehaving" with different women surfaced online. 

The screenshots, which were originally posted by Rabia Chaudry and have since been deleted, reveal conversations of an inappropriate nature.

Following Chaudry's post, Omer Mozaffar, a Muslim Chaplain at Loyola University of Chicago, ousted the Pakistani-American preacher for being a "hypocrite."

"I have been working on a case regarding my friend of twenty years, Nouman Ali Khan. He confessed inappropriate interactions with various women, violating agreed-upon bounds of Islamic law," Mozaffar wrote in a Facebook post. 

"He also told lies to cover up those relationships, and filed threats of litigation against multiple parties to further hide his misconduct. I am calling on him to focus on repentance and reform," he added. 

Within 24 hours of Mozaffar's post, Khan posted a direct response to Mozaffar's statement.

"He claims I’ve known him for twenty years. I’ve spoken to him in friendly ways no more than a couple of dozen times in that entire span ... To claim he’s my friend of 20 years to insinuate that he knows my personal life is really far from the truth," Khan wrote. 

In the same post, Khan reiterated that all conversations in question took place "between consenting adults" and that they have been "distorted and manipulated way out of proportion and turned into something it isn't," he wrote. 

"All such communications took place between consenting adults and there was nothing malicious or predatory about them. I fail to see how such interaction can render anyone a victim," he added. 

When it comes to his personal life, Khan also shared details of his divorce. 

"I find it demeaning to have to speak about my personal life. I feel at some level though I don’t have a choice. I have been divorced for nearly two years," he added. 

Screenshots of the alleged conversations surfaced


Following the interactions in question, the hashtag #NAKScandal began trending on Twitter. 

The hashtag saw many criticizing Khan, calling him a hypocrite and condemning his attempt to silence women with threats.

Others came to his defense. 

"This is how you silence victims. This is why they won't come forward."

"NAK abused his power to get what he thought he deserved. Period. That is quite simply a sin of the worst kind."

Others cared more about whether it was "consensual sex"

And social hypocrisy that surrounds such issues

Is "sexting" what makes these interactions inappropriate?

"F*** double standards"

The scandal turned into a "women-shaming" marathon

"When a man is slandered, society rushes to his defense"

And unfortunately "this is the outcome of years of indoctrinated misogyny"

Others came to Khan's defense

Others began doubting the legitimacy of the screenshot conversations

Some even gave "evidence" that photoshopping conversations can easily be done

Others sent words of encouragement to Khan