Zhang Zhehan Files Police Report Over Invasion of Privacy

Since Zhang Zhehan’s (张哲瀚) fame exploded after Word of Honor (山河令), huge crowds usually await him at the airport, hotel, and endorsement events. The 30-year-old actor is feeling frustrated over some fans’ extreme star-chasing actions as they cross the line over his personal privacy.

On May 30, Zhang Zhehan’s studio revealed that the actor and his staff members’ check-in details at the airport were repeatedly tampered with. The actor has since filed a police report over the incident.

In the update, the studio listed various over-the-board behaviors of these stalkers. At the top of the list was the modification of Zhang Zhehan and his staff’s boarding and seat details, including the cancellation of their seats despite their boarding passes having already been printed.

Other offenses include attempts to obtain the actor’s residential address and other private details from crew members, tailing and secretly photographing him at the airport, crowding the airport walkway which caused a near-stampede and disruptions for other flight passengers, as well as risky car-chasing on the road, which almost caused an accident.

Declaring these behaviors as jeopardizing the actor’s personal safety, the studio warned fans that it would not hesitate to seek legal recourse. Fans left supportive comments agreeing with the need to safeguard their actor’s privacy rights.

Source: Sohu

This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Honestly, such action will need strict law against…Do they want a Death to happen before taking actions. All these fan harassment.

  2. Good on him to report!!! In fact more Celebs should report to make a strong point against such idol worship.

    1. @hohliu
      I agree and fans these days are so scary. I have liked Asian celebrities since the 80s and I don’t recall any fans back then being this crazy. I truly fear for their safety.

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