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Wang Leehom Refutes Lee Jinglei's Claim That He Tried To Barge Into Their Home With 3 Men; Says She Has An "Overactive Imagination"

He added that she could have called the cops if she felt threatened as the police station is right next to their apartment.

Wang Leehom Refutes Lee Jinglei's Claim That He Tried To Barge Into Their Home With 3 Men; Says She Has An "Overactive Imagination"

Just when we thought the Wang Leehom divorce saga couldn’t get any messier....

Lee Jinglei shared an open letter to her ex-husband late last night (Jan 11), in which she accused him of trying to barge into their family home with three men, and that he tried to make use of their three children — daughters Jiali, seven, Jiana, five, and son Jiayao, three — to salvage his tattered reputation.

Taiwan Apple Daily has since published a statement from Leehom refuting her claims.

"The Da'an District police station is right next to our apartment. She has an overactive imagination; she should have called the police if what she claims transpired really happened (...) Two of the men who were at the house were personal assistants who have been with the couple for 12 and 11 years respectively. The last one is a bodyguard," read the statement.

In her open letter, Jinglei wrote, “I thought that apologising would be a good start, and that the person who did wrong would be willing to seek forgiveness and change. I was wrong. Today, it’s the victims that are bullied. Using your power and connections, along with using money to hire paid commenters will not only allow you to get off scot free, but also smear the victim’s reputation.”

“I’ve faced this entire saga on my own and I only have my experiences, my computer and my fingers on my side. I don’t know what others would do if they were pitted against a powerful public figure with a team that’s working for money and other benefits, but I won’t choose the same underhand methods to deal with it.”

“After maintaining three weeks of silence, I have to worry about weird news being published every day. On top of that, what I really need to deal with is the safety of my children and I, along with the mental abuse that we are facing. It turns out that the apology wasn’t sincere, and it was only for the sake of quietening things and to make me stop [exposing you].”

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