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).