Divorce can get pretty ugly, especially when the once-married couple didn’t end their relationship well. Some divorced couples manage to put their feelings aside in order to make it work for the sake of their children, while others are in constant struggle with each other for whatever reason.
The case of Taiwanese actress Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛) and her ex-husband Wang Xiaofei (汪小菲) was interesting. It’s certainly been downhill since the ex-lovers announced their split in November last year. The entrepreneur agreed to pay maintenance to his ex-wife, but now she accuses him of breaking the agreement.
According to Straits Times, actress Barbie Hsu appears to have accused ex-husband Wang Xiaofei of not paying her husband alimony or alimony since early March this year, which has since accumulated to NT$5 million (RM733, RM647.64). . It was reported that the 46-year-old applied to the Taipei District Court for enforcement.
If the 41-year-old is found guilty on the evidence presented, some of his assets in Taiwan, including his hotel, could be confiscated. In response to the allegations, the entrepreneur released a statement through his attorney to clarify that he paid both child support and child support for their two children. The businessman added that he didn’t want to pay extra family expenses and utility bills for certain reasons.
Wang Xiaofei stressed his point on Weibo, saying he sees no reason for him to continue paying utility bills for his ex-wife’s house in Taipei after she married South Korean musician DJ Koo (구준엽). “I also pay the chauffeur and helpers and I haven’t missed a penny on the children’s tuition and living expenses,” he said. The father of two did not say whether he would continue to take action against Barbie’s allegations.
Barbie hasn’t responded to her ex-husband’s claims either. FYI, the once-married couple didn’t give their reasons for divorce when they were first announced, but the businessman was later accused of having an affair while they were still married. He then denied the allegations.
Sources: MalayMail, The StraitsTimes
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