Miss Rufo was an Italian dancer at the Cecil Hotel in Lahore. K2 took her to Qadian. When this was discovered, he came up with the novel excuse that he had taken her to Qadian so that she may teach English to the ladies in his household. (What a lame excuse!)
She started legal proceedings relaing to some money matters. Her solicitor was the famous Mr Muhammad Munir, later Justice Munir. There is an interesting Urdu poem about K2’s liaison with Miss Rufo by Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, the famous journalist and editor of the daily “Zamindar”.
Mirza Mahmud Ahmad mentioned Miss Rufo in his friday sermons of March-1934.
Ak Shaikhs video
A scan from Al-fazl
Summary of the data from Al-Fazl
In addition to explaining why he had brought the Italian Prostitute Miss Rufo to his House in Qadian, Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad explains in the later part of the same of his speech on March 18 1934, why he was seen sexually viloating several women near a River.
Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad explains that one day he took his multiple wives and daughters to a river in order to enjoy the fresh air there.
He also took a Rifle with him in order to practice shooting and also taught that it is important that also his women are skilled in the arts of Rifeling and Target Shooting. So he taught his wifes and daughters how to shoot. He explains that his teaching of his women and daughters, which obviously required close physical contact to his wifes and daughters may have been misunderstood as sexual violation by others.
So again Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad has a shamless excuse why he was reportedly seen violating women. One has to wonder what transpired when no one was around to witness such shameless behaviour.
Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad did not explain why he did not take any of his male children or relatives to that Outing near the river to enjoy the fresh air or the Rifle Shooting Training he had offered to his wives. Seems like he was not keen to show his Rifle to other men.
Source: Friday Sermon of Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad transcript in Al Fazl March 18 1934.