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'I don't normally do topless work, but I'm willing to go topless if the venue is right.'
One friend told the newspaper: 'Bakri would have a heart attack if he saw his daughter on stage. She was brought up a strict Muslim and had all of his extreme teachings about morality drummed into her head.
'But she has been leading a wild double life thrashing about on stage in pole dancing clubs and drinking and partying like there's no tomorrow.
'Yasmin has no time for Bakri's evil views.'
One of a string of boyfriends Yasmin has apparently been with since her marriage break up told the paper: 'She's a million miles away from the daughter her daddy would have wanted and is very adventurous in bed.
'She likes to dress up in kinky gear and has worn a police uniform, a French maid's outfit and various office clothes.'
Bakri initially reacted with horror when confronted with Yasmin's lifestyle.
'But God will forgive her anything except becoming a non-Muslim. I have no control over her because as far as I know she is still married. Her behaviour should be the responsibility of her husband.'
Yesterday Syrian-born Bakri, whose leave to remain in Britain was revoked after the 7/7 London attacks, changed his tune and claimed: 'I have no daughter doing anything like this - all my children are practicising Muslims.
'I spoke to my daughter. At first I told her I was shocked at the stuff I was hearing. But then she told me it was all lies.'
The 'Tottenham Ayatollah' then claimed the story was part of a plot to get back at him after police were forced to hand back £14,000 in cash they confiscated from Bakri's son Abdul after a judge ruled the cash was not intended for 'terrorist purposes'.
'They are using members of my family to get back at me, because I have won. They are jealous because my son Abdul has got back the money that the police stole from him.
'Islam has prevailed and you are defeated. The lowest people on earth are non-Muslims and that is why we have to put up with these fabrications and lies.'
Yasmin was keeping a low profile yesterday at her dingy flat on the busy South Circular Road in London.
The flat is in a row of Victorian terraces currently covered with scaffolding. Satellite dishes adorn the walls, the paint is peeling and the windows are dirty.
One neighbour, who did not wish to be named, said: 'She's a very quiet girl, a good girl. I was very surprised to learn of what she's been up to. I see her most days with her little boy and she seems like a very good mum.
'I had no idea that she was Omar Bakri's daughter - all I knew was that she had returned to the UK from living in Turkey. She doesn't smoke or drink so I'm even more surprised to learn that she has been pole dancing in those clubs.'
When first confronted by The Sun, Yasmin said she didn't get on with her father.
According to The Sun, he paid £4,000 in cash to a clinic in London for the operation that launched her career as a pole dancer.
A friend told the newspaper: 'Her dad's ashamed of her behaviour but she'd never have become a pole dancer if he hadn't paid for her bigger boobs.
'She was always self-conscious about her size and managed to convince him she should have it done.
'She played the daddy's girl and said it would make her feel more of a mother when she was breast feeding her children.
'He went along with it and even went to the top London clinic with her where he paid for the surgery in cash. The rest of the family were set against it but he insisted she should have her way if it would make her a better mother.'
The friend said it backfired when she developed the courage to flaunt her body and become a lapdancer.
The friend said: 'She'd never have done it if it wasn't for those boobs - which were paid for by her father. It's all his fault.'