Chinese Businessman Sues Escort Agency After Learning He Can’t Sleep With Megan Fox, Angelababy

Chinese Businessman Sues Escort Agency After Learning He Can’t Sleep With Megan Fox, Angelababy

July 5, 2016
A Chinese businessman named Xu Yu filed a lawsuit against an Australian escort agency that promised he can sleep with some high-profile celebrities.
Royal Court Escorts, the agency in question, is based in Sydney and allegedly promised Xu “sexual services” with “Independence Day 2” actress Yang Ying, Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel and actress Megan Fox. According to reports, the businessman also claimed that he agreed to shoulder accommodation and transport expenses for the three ladies.
But things slowly turned sour as none of them appeared at Xu’s disposal, leading him to file the lawsuit. As cited by the Telegraph, he wants to recoup the cost and sues the agency’s parent company for breach of conduct, misleading and deceptive conduct and unjust enrichment.
According to Shanghaiist, reports have it that the parent company’s owner, Diljit “Dion” Singh Uppal, a one-time Indian actor, was acquitted of murdering his father more than ten years ago.
On Monday, a pregnant Megan Fox was spotted with husband Brian Austen Green, buying supplies for a pool party in Malibu along with her two kids, Noah and Bodhi, according to Daily Mail
Meanwhile, 27-year-old Candice Swanepoel is also pregnant. She shares artistic snaps of her journey to motherhood via Instagram, the latest of which is captioned, “Abençoada por deus. #blessed.”
This is Swanepoel’s first pregnancy with 33-year-old fiancé Hermann Nicoli. Nicoli proposed in August 2015. They have known each other since Swanepoel was 17, Daily Mail said in another report.
Lastly, Yang Ying, also known as Angelababy, was seen with husband Huang Xiaoming in June. As told by Asia One, Angelababy caught fever before attending Givenchy men’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection show, and photos of Huang nursing her surfaced in social media.
It would seem that these insanely successful women are too busy with their careers and family to ever resort to being escorts for easily-fooled Chinese businessmen.
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