Surrogacy Clinic Reveals Zheng Shuang Refused to Pay for Babies
Chinese actress Zheng Shuang (鄭爽) left her two surrogate children in the United States after her break up with producer Zhang Heng (張恆). In the aftermath of the scandal, Zheng Shuang has been blacklisted by the Chinese entertainment industry while being criticized for her irresponsible behavior. The surrogacy clinic also revealed shocking details that Zheng Shuang was the worst customer that they ever had, and still owes them money.
Mr. Leung, founder of the surrogacy clinic, shares that he has locations in China, the United States, and Cambodia and has many celebrity clients. In 2018, Zheng Shuang and Zhang Heng became the clinic’s customer and supplied their own eggs and sperms for the surrogacy procedure, which costs US$160,000 dollars.
The couple was initially excited that the surrogacy was successful and gave the employees money in red packets but five to six months later, the couple grew uninterested in the fetuses’ development. By the seventh month, Zheng Shuang asked to have the fetuses aborted even though it was not possible under the United States’ law due to the advanced pregnancies.
Mr. Leung shares that while the couple later told the clinic that they do not want the babies after their breakup, Zhang Heng did take responsibility and paid for the babies’ monthly expenses. “Zheng Shuang didn’t want to acknowledge [the babies]. She didn’t care,” Mr. Leung revealed.
Zheng Shuang Tried to Resolve the Scandal with Money
Since the scandal broke out, Mr. Leung has been in contact with Zheng Shuang, who continues to insist that she does not want the children and does not want them to return to China.
To Mr. Leung’s disbelief, Zheng Shuang proposed paying the clinic 30,000 Chinese yuan a month and registering the children under Mr. Leung’s name. Mr. Leung criticized the outrageous proposal, “She thought she could spend money to avoid the disaster, and that anything can be fixed with money. You can’t do that in the United States.”
To date, the couple has not paid the clinic the full cost of the surrogacy and Mr. Leung hopes that the couple will settle the outstanding balance of US$68,000. Mr. Leung adds that the children are innocent in the mess, and urges the pair to quickly bring them to China, “It is clear whom the children belong to. It is pointless to not acknowledge them. Let their family resolve this, so they can stop relying on the clinic.”
This article is written by Sammi for JayneStars.com.