‘See you in courtroom’ — By2 sues Wang Leehom’s ex-wife, Lee Jinglei, for insinuating Yumi had come between them

Singapore — The messy divorce saga of Taiwanese-American Mandopop star Wang Leehom and former spouse Lee Jinglei dragged others into the fray final month, and evidently the fights aren’t over fairly but, regardless of Ms Lee publicly stating that she needed to finish the drama.

Singaporean Yumi Bai, who varieties the singing duo By2 along with her sister Miko, stated in a Jan 29 Weibo submit from the By2 Studio account that she is slapping Ms Lee with a lawsuit because of the Mandopop star’s ex-wife’s allegations that Yumi had been a 3rd occasion whereas they have been married, which led to their uncoupling.

Yumi, who was stated to be hospitalised final month after the rumours unfold alleging she had been Wang Leehom’s mistress, had already lodged a police report on Dec 18 on account of Ms Lee’s insinuations.

At the moment, Ms Lee’s response to the police report was to say “Please give me the police officer’s contact particulars and I’ll present them with proof”.

Nevertheless, in line with By2 Weibo submit on Jan 29, Ms Lee has offered no proof of the alleged affair to the police.

Thus far, Lee has not submitted any proof to the police, in line with By2’s Weibo submit on Jan 29.

On Dec 19, Yumi additionally addressed the rumours in a Weibo submit of her personal, stating categorically that she had “by no means been concerned” in Wang and Lee’s marriage.

She stated she had met and dated Wang in 2012, the 12 months earlier than he married, and likewise despatched him intimate pictures as she had been “keen to do something for love.” Yumi was solely 20 on the time.

She added nonetheless that the friendship ended when she came upon that Wang was getting married.

Within the Jan 29 Weibo submit, she stated once more that she and Wang had solely been associates from 2012 to 2013, including that she “was by no means in the way in which of their marriage”.

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And now, By2 has “took the primary troublesome step in defending our rights,” in taking authorized motion, though the police have stated that since Ms Lee shouldn’t be in China, she can’t be summoned instantly.

The duo added a letter frothier lawyer that confirmed calls for for Ms Lee to cease cyberbullying and spreading rumours about Yumi.

“It could take us a whole bunch of days or extra to carry the rumour-mongers accountable, however we’re keen to work for it.

If, as a public determine, you should not have the braveness to defend your rights, how will extra victims of cyber violence take care of themselves sooner or later?

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Subsequent, we might need to expertise obstacles which can be unimaginable to everybody. However we nonetheless consider in justice, select handy over every little thing to the judiciary, and look forward to a good deal. @李丽丽Jinglei See you in courtroom.”


Learn additionally: By2’s Miko breaks silence after twin sister Yumi’s rumoured suicide try following allegations of affair with Wang Leehom

By2’s Miko breaks silence after twin sister Yumi’s rumoured suicide try following allegations of affair with Wang Leehom

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