Published On: Wed, Jul 6th, 2016

Man claims he paid $3.7m to have sex with celebs

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Man claims he paid $3.7m to have sex with celebs

HONG KONG: Actress Angelababy is seeking legal help after a Chinese businessman claimed he paid an escort agency A$3.7 million (S$3.7 million) to have sex with Hollywood beauties, including the China-born star.

“We will ask lawyers how to handle this matter,” her manager told Ming Pao Daily News in response to reported claims by Mr Martin Yu Xu that he paid a Sydney escort agency for “sexual services” from actresses Megan Fox, Angelababy and Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel.

Mr Xu is suing Nalwa Holdings, the parent company of Royal Court Escorts, to recoup the A$3.7 million which he claimed he paid.

In documents filed at the New South Wales Supreme Court, he claims that an agent at Royal Court Escorts told him it would provide “female escorts of international standing for the provision of sexual services”.

He could meet the beauties anywhere in the world, as long as he paid for their airfares and lodging, Ming Pao said, quoting reports in the Herald Sun and Daily Mail newspapers.

“It was agreed that if (Mr Xu) paid the sum of A$3.7 million, (the agency) would provide Megan Fox, Candice Swanepoel and Angelababy as escorts for sexual services,” Mr Xu’s statement of claim said. It is not suggested that the women are escorts.

Mr Xu said he made partial payments until the entire sum, which included an alleged A$24,000 “joining fee”, was paid in August 2014. But he said he never met the three at rendezvous spots in China.

He said the agency agreed to send Angelababy in September 2014, but “the person was not provided”.

Angelababy, who is married to actor Huang Xiaoming, is starring in Independence Day: Resurgence, now in theatres.

News Source Straits Times

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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