After TVB actor Hugo Wong (黃子恆) admitted to sleeping with his fan, netizens recalled four other male celebrities who also crossed the boundaries and hooked up with their fans. Although some of these incidents happened years ago, some of the scandals made a deep imprint
Given a second chance by TVB after allegedly getting involved in Hiromi Wada’s (裕美) marriage two years ago, Hugo ruined his chances once more after having sex with a Mainland Chinese fan. The 28-year-old woman, Michelle, claimed that she was pregnant with his child.
When the news broke out, Hugo quickly admitted his wrongdoings and firmly stated that it only happened once, and not for the second time as the female party claimed. He said he had used protection and is not the baby’s father.
In 1999, Hong Kong pop singer Aaron Kwok’s (郭富城) career almost went south when a video of him cozying up to a fan began circulating. It turns out, Aaron and this fan met in Australia where the singer invited her to his hotel room for a “quick chat”. However, Aaron didn’t realize that the woman’s boyfriend recorded the entire interaction and released the video to the public. Although nothing happened during the encounter and the fan quickly left the room, Aaron’s image still took a hit.
Despite married to Sally Yeung (楊潔薇) at the time, Alan Tam (譚詠麟) reportedly met his current partner Wendy Chu (朱詠婷) during a fan meeting. Alan and Wendy welcomed their son in 1995. Although still married to Alan, Sally reportedly has given up on their loveless and childless marriage in order to become a nun.
Married and divorced four times, Danny Summer (夏韶聲) met his current girlfriend, Isabel, while he was still married to his fourth wife. Despite their large age gap, which resembles a “father-daughter” romance, Isabel was one of Danny’s biggest fans.
Reflecting on his relationship with his ex-wives, the 65-year-old singer expressed that he’s not looking for a marriage anymore and is happy with his current girlfriend. Having suffered through too many divorces in the past, Danny is hoping to maintain this status quo.
Several years ago, Taiwanese pop star Show Luo (羅志祥) was rumored to have been seeing a fan he met on MSN. After three months of talking to a woman named Fanny, the two began exchanging flirty and inappropriate messages, including one where Show sent a topless photo of himself.
Shortly afterwards, Fanny released the explicit messages to the media and claimed to have visited Show’s home before. Quickly explaining himself, Show denied ever meeting with her and said the topless photo was taken after a gym workout. Taking matters seriously, his management company announced that they will be taking legal action against the fan.
Source: Sunday More
This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.