Zayn Malik 'dropped by his record label' after allegedly harassing Gigi Hadid's mum 6 months ago

Zayn Malik 'dropped by his record label' after allegedly harassing Gigi Hadid's mum

Zayne allegedly told partner Gigi to "strap on some f*****g balls and defend your partner against your f*****g mother in the house."

Former boy band member turned solo artist Zayn Malik has allegedly been dropped from his record label amid accusations of the singer harassing and pushing Gigi Hadid's mum Yolanda.

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The 28-year-old former One Direction member was sentenced to probation and anger management classes following his guilty plea. A plea of "no contest" was not accepted, reports the Daily Star.

Malik pushed Gigi's mum Yolanda, 57, into her dresser during a "physical" incident at his home in Pennsylvania, which he lives in with Gigi and their kid Khai Hadid Malik.

According to court documents, Malik referred to Netherlands' born Yolanda as a "F****g Dutch s**t".

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As a result, US record label RCA, owned by Sony, has dropped the singer, reports the Sun.

"A lot of people have tried desperately to get Zayn's life and career back on track, but nothing has worked," a senior music source told the Sun.

"So many people who have worked with him have just given up.

"He's almost impossible to control or guide. A while ago his label quietly decided it was the end of the line for their relationship, and now this."

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Court papers also claim that Malik pushed the grandmother causing "mental anguish and physical pain" before later telling her to "Stay away from my f*****g daughter."

The documents say that Gigi heard about the incident over the phone, where Malik said: "strap on some f*****g balls and defend your partner against your f*****g mother in the house."

The Dusk Till Dawn singer has denied any physical contact with Yolanda.

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