- China’s leading #MeToo figure Zhou Xiaoxuan, better known in the country as Xianzi, lost her appeal in her trial on Wednesday against CCTV anchor Zhu Jun, whom she accused of forcibly kissing and groping her when she worked as an intern on his show in 2014.
- “The court held that the evidence submitted by the appellant Zhou was not sufficient to prove that Zhu had sexually harassed her, and that the appeal could not be substantiated," the Beijing Municipal No.1 Intermediate People's Court said in a statement posted on Weibo.
- “We will talk to our lawyer and fight for a retrial. There may be basically no chance of re-starting it. But we also want to tell the justice system that we are making one last-ditch effort,” Zhou told Reuters.
- “We've faced so many blows already, and what you can see is that this blow didn't overwhelm Chinese women, didn't make people give up their claims and make their demands," Zhou added.
- China’s #MeToo movement gained traction in 2018 after a student accused her college professor of sexual harassment.
China’s leading #MeToo figure Zhou Xiaoxuan lost her appeal in her trial against CCTV anchor Zhu Jun earlier this week due to a lack of evidence.
The Beijing Municipal No.1 Intermediate People’s Court rejected the Beijing-based screenwriter’s appeal on Wednesday on the grounds of “insufficient evidence,” the same ruling a Beijing court issued in September.
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