DaDa Chan may be sued HK$10 million for sudden disappearance

23 August 2013 / 3 years 2 months ago

DaDa Chan's sudden disappearance and failure to show up to film Lan Kwai Fong 3 has landed her in hot soup, as her management company is planning to sue her for over HKD10 million (approx. S$1,655,905)

According to an article in Hktopten, she also ignored her manager, Celia Sie Lim Chi's final notice last week and did not appear in person on Monday to explain herself.

She reportedly even "escaped" to Australia.

DaDa claims to have sent an email to the company earlier, saying that she had an illness and could not communicate over the phone.

Her friend, Jeana Ho Pui Yu, however revealed revealed that they had spoken on the phone at the start of the Lan Kwai Fong production.

Yesterday, her manager Celia Sie Lim Chi met with a lawyer.

Because of DaDa skipping out on Lan Kwai Fong 3 and new film Hardcore Comedy's promotion, the film company stated that they will take legal action.

The dateline for her to get back to her manager has already passed and therefore, led to the decision of bringing DaDa Chan to court.

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