Angela Chang Ordered To Pay $226K To Her Former Companies For Breach Of Contract; She Says She Will Keep Fighting For Her Rights
The singer’s long legal battle rages on.
There seems to be no end to poor Angela Chang’s problems. The Taiwanese singer, who was famously accused — more than once, in fact — of being an unfilial daughter, also has a rocky history with those she has worked with… and it looks like things have come to a very expensive head.
On June 30, the High Court ruled that Angela must pay a total of NT$4,762,716 (about S$226,000) in compensation to her former label, Linfair Records, and management agency, Qing Tian, for damages incurred from breach of contract.
According to Apple Daily, the 38-year-old was ordered to pay NT$40,000 (S$1,900) during the first trial, as well as an additional NT$630,000 (S$29,800) during the second trial. The case was brought to the High Court and they substantially increased the sentenced amount by another NT$4,092,716 (about S$194,000).