Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Sometimes Life is a Tragedy

Meet Sufiah Yusof, a child maths genius who won a place at Oxford University aged just 13. Miss Yusof was pictured as a child smiling innocently outside St Hilda's College, Oxford, after winning her place to study maths in 1997. But she ran away three years later, aged 15, claiming her parents had placed her under intolerable pressure to succeed.


In 2004, she married trainee lawyer Jonathan Marshall, but the couple divorced 13 months later. Then Sufiah was just 19 and Jonathan 24.


Today, the daily equation she has to solve is simply sex equals £130 as she sells her body to punters over the internet.


She blames her Tutor Father to be root of all problems . Even as she passed the further maths A-Level she needed for entry to Oxford at the age of 12. In those days Sufia was a strict Muslim child who prayed five times a day and was subjected to her father's famous Accelerated Learning Technique.

Her days involved stretching and breathing exercises in freezing rooms to keep her brain attentive.

Sufiah would then study hard and be forced to play tennis with just as much intensity as fanatical Farooq drove her on. The routine was so effective Sufiah was seeded number eight in the country for under 21s.


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