My Fair Princess Actor Zhou Jie Accused Of Dumping Ex-Girlfriend For Refusing To Take The Morning After Pill
The actor, who now has a burgeoning career in the farming industry, has yet to address the allegations though he is no stranger to scandal.
Remember Chinese actor Zhou Jie? The 52-year-old shot to fame in 1998 after playing royal guard Fu Erkang in the massive hit My Fair Princess, which turned Vicki Zhao and Ruby Lin into major stars.
Well, Zhou Jie recently made headlines after a female netizen, who claims to be his ex-girlfriend, wrote a damning expose on him.
The woman, who is believed to be in her 20s, wrote a lengthy post on social media on Wednesday (Dec 8), slamming Zhou Jie for his “selfish” and “despicable” ways, and for getting together with someone else immediately after breaking up with her.
“Because you dumped me for refusing to take the morning after pill, the past few mornings I have been jolted out of my sleep by nightmares of you tossing me out the door. If you had a daughter and her boyfriend only gave her two choices, to take the pill or end the relationship, how would you feel? What gives you the right to harm the body my parents gave me?... Have you thought about how much hurt your selfish actions have caused others?” she wrote.
“You go on about life principles but yet you do such childish and selfish things. You are simply low class," she added.
The woman also called Zhou Jie an “immoral” and “shallow” man who “needs women in their 20s to control and make them worship [him]”.