UnHappy Valentines: Wang Leehom takes ex-wife Lee Jinglei to courtroom, however she hits again with a scathing assertion

The messy uncoupling between Taiwanese-American Mandopop star Wang Leehom and his ex-wife, Lee Jinglei, has continued to play out publicly over the previous few days.

The pair, who introduced their cut up in December, has made the headlines once more. Wang, 45, is claimed to be taking Lee, 35, to courtroom over their custody settlement.

Shortly after this information broke, Lee got here out with an announcement through her authorized crew, asking Wang to “cease making the identical mistake once more and cease hurting others and your self.”

On Feb 11, it was reported on China’s 163.com information portal that Wang had submitted eleven items of proof that his ex-wife had allegedly damaged their custody settlement.

The couple has two daughters, seven-year-old Jiali, and five-year-old Jiana, in addition to one son, one-year-old Jiayao. The three kids stay with their mom.

If Wang is ready to show Lee’s breach of the custody settlement, there could possibly be severe penalties for his ex-wife, together with a six-month jail sentence in addition to a effective.

The report in 163.com, which is claimed to have been leaked by a Chinese language netizen, additionally mentioned that Lee has not been capable of show any of her accusations towards Wang.

This latest submitting marks the third time that the Mandopop star’s legal professionals have filed motions towards Lee.

In response, Lee’s legal professionals took challenge of their assertion regarding the supply of the leak, because the submitting had been made anonymously and courtroom paperwork haven’t been made public.

Lee claimed in flip that her former husband “ignored our settlement, froze our account and actual property property that could possibly be used and disposed of in line with the settlement, reduce off our monetary assets and filed the lawsuit in New York.”

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The assertion additionally claimed that Wang has been “reluctant to pay even probably the most primary baby assist and appealed to the New York courtroom to make us pay for his authorized charges.”

Lee appealed to Wang to “abide by the settlement, take accountability on your guarantees, let go, finish the matter as quickly as attainable, cease making the identical mistake once more and cease hurting others and your self”.

Simply as the entire world is celebrating Valentine’s Day, the estranged couple is proving to be extra acrimonious than ever.

In December, shortly after the cut up was introduced, Lee took to social media and launched a multipage letter detailing Wang’s quite a few infidelities throughout their marriage.

Final month, after having mentioned earlier than Christmas that she needed to finish the net drama between her and her ex-husband, she put up a brand new put up on Instagram that made severe allegations towards him.

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She feared for her kids’s security and her personal, she wrote, three males arrived with Wang at her Taipei residence, when he was supposed to go to their kids, regardless of her asking him to return on his personal.

Wang defined that he requested two employees members to go together with him. Li, nonetheless, mentioned that there was additionally a 3rd man current whom she didn’t recognise.

In response to those accusations, Wang’s company mentioned that his lawyer had suggested him to not go to his kids on his personal, however to be accompanied by a 3rd celebration. The information portal sohu.com carried the assertion from Wang’s company, SCMP mentioned.

“Due to the resistance from Lee Jinglei, Wang Leehom didn’t handle to see his kids. Wang Leehom could be very unhappy. He missed his kids a lot however he couldn’t hug them,” the assertion learn. /TISG

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