Former Miss Hong Kong winner Tracy Ip (葉翠翠) could not enjoy her third pregnancy in peace due to her domestic helpers. Earlier, she hired two Filipino workers to help take care of her two sons and household chores, but they were more troublesome than helpful. Not only did the helpers, who turned out to be sisters, pinch Tracy’s youngest son, Little Little Prince (小小王子), but they also stole resources in the home and smeared Tracy’s name on social media. Today, Tracy couldn’t bear it any longer and counterattacked online.
Tracy Released Their Pictures
Tracy uploaded several recent photos of the sisters, including their passport photos, and wrote, “These helpers are really bad!! I had no intention to publicize it, but these two Filipino workers are sending messages to my fans one by one. It is really unbearable!!”
Although the domestic helpers both claimed they have prior work experience, they didn’t know how to do anything when they arrived at Tracy’s house. It was only then that they admitted it was their first job ever.
She continued, “The Hong Kong agents weren’t aware that the Filipino agent and the workers lied.”
Tracy Called the Police
Aside from not knowing how to do anything, the sisters were also lazy. “In the interview, I made it very clear that I have two little boys, but after the helpers arrived, they both said they didn’t want to take care of my sons,” Tracy shared. “I found out that there was a stench coming from the cups and my son’s bottles. Then the older sister told me the younger one would only empty the cups and not wash them.”
To make matters worse, the workers kept the dishcloths and floor cloths together in their own bathroom. Aside from being incompetent, they also used Tracy’s resources by drinking all the chicken soup that was in the refrigerator. Both of them loudly said they wouldn’t work anymore and demanded Tracy to fire them and pay them for their work. They also threatened to file a complaint against her at the Philippine Consulate General in Hong Kong. “I was not scared,” Tracy expressed.
The younger helper ended up working for her for 24 days. After she left, Tracy hired a doula for extra help. The doula notified Tracy that the remaining domestic worker gave Tracy’s son unwashed strawberries to eat. When Tracy confronted the helper, the helper did not answer. As a result, Tracy called the police, and when the police came, the helper said she did not want to stay here.
Later, when Tracy was in the bathroom, she heard a loud wail from Little Little Prince. She came out of the bathroom and saw the worker pinching her son’s arm. The baby was crying while looking at his arm. Tracy sent a letter to the Immigration Department to call for help.
The Sisters “Lost”
The remaining domestic worker worked at Tracy’s for a total of one month and nine days before leaving two days ago. “I followed the labor laws and went to the consulate,” Tracy revealed. “In the end, the workers lost.”
She admitted that she had placed cameras in her home, so she had sufficient evidence on hand. After she publicized their misconduct, many employers resonated with Tracy’s situation.
At the moment, she has to depend on herself, her husband and her doula to take care of the children and the household chores. However, Tracy already hired three more helpers from Indonesia and the Philippines, and they are set to arrive a month later.
This article is written by MelodyC for JayneStars.com.