Lay Zhang Shows Kindness Towards His “Hater” in Litigation Case

By on March 5, 2019 in NEWS

Lay Zhang Shows Kindness Towards His “Hater” in Litigation Case

Winning a lawsuit against a hater in an online harassment case, EXO-member, Lay Zhang (張藝興) ultimately decided not to accept the monetary compensation. The defendant’s troubled background hit a soft spot in Lay’s heart and he decided to show kindness and leniency instead.

Lay experienced a surge in popularity after being a coach on the hit reality show, Idol Producer <偶像練習生> last year.  However, Lay also received hateful messages over the Internet, in which someone named Mr. Yang made posts, cursing the young singer with statements such as “Lay Zhang died a violent death on the streets tonight.”

Taking matters to court, Lay originally wanted Mr. Yang to issue an official apology for his wrongdoings and requested a 250,000 RMB compensation.

Even though Lay ended up winning the court case, the 27-year-old singer showed an incredible act of kindness towards the defendant in the end. At first, when the Judge saw that Mr. Yang had personally apologized to Lay in court and demonstrated remorse for his actions, the court lowered the compensation fee to 50,000 RMB. What came as a surprise was when Lay decided to not have Mr. Yang pay the money at all after hearing about Mr. Yang’s financial situation. In addition to being unable to afford to pay the fee, Mr. Yang also has an extremely ill father that he has to take care of.

After the news came out, many netizens praised Lay for his kind actions, stating that he is setting a great example as an artiste.

Source: Ettoday

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

4 comments to Lay Zhang Shows Kindness Towards His “Hater” in Litigation Case

  1. jimmyszeto says:

    Don’t like when celebrities sue online personnel over nothing. It’s not like the guy was leaking personal information about the celebrity. He was just being silly…

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    • deagore replied:

      @jimmyszeto it’s not nothing, making a joke out of someone’s life is nothing? we don’t know if he’s threatening Lay or not. Imagine if a someone said jimmyszeto’s house blew up and he died. then later made up some other stuff about your workplace/school blew up, but none of this happened. You don’t know if its a threat that it’s gonna happen or not. this is serious matter and should be looked into. and also it’s not just going against this guy, it’s to make an example for others to not make these ”jokes” or there will be legal consequences.

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      • jimmyszeto replied:

        @deagore
        How is that threatening? The example of one of his comments said he had already died but he is still alive. Do you understand past, current and present and future, tenses?

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    • windy replied:

      @jimmyszeto The problem is, we don’t know which fans is simply being all talk and which one is crazy enough to hurt/stab/maim/kill their idol.

      And as member of korean boyband EXO, Lay already experience his share of sasaeng fans such as when fans shaved their hairs to pretend as man so they can enter male toilet together, putting hidden camera on their rooms, letter with blood and even tried to kidnap them.

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