Leehom Wang and Lee Jinglei’s Mediation Continues

Leehom Wang (王力宏) divorce turned vindictive, when ex-wife Lee Jinglei (李靚蕾) called him out for cheating in their marriage and a social media firestorm ensued. Leehom claims Jinglei prevented him from seeing his three children for five months, prompting him to file a child visitation lawsuit.  The first mediation session lasted nine hours, and the judge scheduled a continuation of the mediation for a future date.

Since Leehom and Jinglei were not present, they were represented by their lawyers. To protect their privacy and in the best interests of their children, Leehom and Jinglei at the very least agreed to follow a non-disclosure policy, where the information discussed in the mediation will not be made public.

It is evident that due to the high-profile nature of the case, the Taipei District Court is making effort to deal with the matter in a low-key manner. If mediation is ultimately unsuccessful, the case will be transferred to another department for trial.

Leehom filed a lawsuit in New York, which has issued three emergency orders requiring Jinglei to let Leehom visit the children unsupervised. However, she refused and said he can only visit them at home with agreement through text messages and phone calls. In early January, Jinglei did not allow Leehom to enter her home to see the children, which prompted the singer to shake the door in anger. On January 29, Jinglei applied to the Taipei District Court for discretionary exercise of parental authority, hoping to protect the best interests of her children.

Source: World Journal

This article is written by Huynh for Jaynestars.com.

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  1. I’m kind of confused about this case being filed in NY thing. How does the US court have any jurisdiction on children living in Taiwan? Are the kids US citizens?

    1. It mentions on a previous article that he is a New York native; I guess since his ex already filed a lawsuit in Taiwan, he felt he needed to do something to show just how “desperate” he is to see the children (that he probably rarely saw throughout the marriage).
      I personally feel that unless he is an abusive parent, then she shouldn’t try to keep their kids away from him. They need to come to a consensus that no matter how ugly things get between them, they should never badmouth each other to the kids. The kids should come to their own conclusions on whether he is a good or lousy father.

      1. I agree that he should have visitation rights, but unsupervised is another thing. Plus it’s not like she didn’t let him visit the kids, the problem was he broke the initial agreement to have it be only him. He came armed with other people – that would deter any mothers in the future to let him visit the kids – look at Kim Kardashian and Kanye. She wouldn’t even let him into the house – and that’s how it should be since the house belongs to her now and not him. Maybe it’s fine to do supervised visits initially until WLH can show he’s not gonna do something stupid.

      2. Thanks for the clarification anoninhk. I agree with you that parents should be allowed to see their kids. I thought that they had some agreement in their divorce about the arrangement for him visiting the children, but he didn’t abide by it. Based on her account of the events, it’s not that she’s keeping the children from him out of spite, but she wants to make sure the environment is safe. None of us are living it, so it’s really all he said she said at this point. I just hope this all resolves soon for everyone involved.

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