“See you in court,” By2’s Yumi says to Li Jinglei in Weibo’s post, showing a spelling letter, but Wang Leehom’s ex is not named in the lawsuit, Entertainment News – Archyde

The feud between Singaporean singer Yumi and Li Jinglei continues as the former was involved in an affair with Li’s ex-husband, Mandopop star Wang Leehom.

More recently, Yumi, half of pop group By2, appears to have filed a lawsuit against these allegations. The China-based artist posted a legal notice on her Weibo account on Saturday (January 29).

In a lengthy caption accompanying a photo of the letter, Yumi explained that she dated Leehom from 2012 to 2013, “which our close friends know about.” She reiterated that she did not interfere with Jinglei’s marriage.

“As for the allegations, Li Jinglei has sidestepped the issue on numerous occasions and is yet to provide evidence.”

In her post, Yumi wrote that she took “the difficult step” to defend her rights and took legal action. The lawsuit appears to have been filed in China, where By2 is currently based.

The last salvo fired comes after Yumi made a report to the police Jingle’s allegations when the scandal first broke last December. Jinglei was quick to counter Yumi’s Weibo post with a comment, “Get me through to the police, I’ll provide the evidence.”

Regarding the police report, Yumi noted that since Jinglei is not a mainland resident, the police “are unable to call them for an immediate response.”

“The law deals with evidence, not essays,” Yumi wrote, referencing jinglei’s numerous posts on her social media account on the subject.

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Yumi likened her experience to cyberbullying, and also accused jinglei of using netizens to “drive public opinion” to “fulfill their selfish desires.”

“It may take hundreds of days or more to bring the rumor-mongers to justice, but we will do it,” she added.

“If you don’t have the courage to defend your rights as a public figure, how will other victims of cyber violence deal with it themselves?”

In a farewell photo, the 29-year-old wrote, “See you in court,” and tagged Jinglei’s Weibo hold. The latter has not yet published an answer at the time of writing.

However, according to media reports, it is called jinglei not specified in the letter, and the defamation lawsuit appears to be aimed at internet users who distribute and disseminate false information.

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