Rumour has it that in order to increase Priscilla Wong's screen time in The Verbal Side of Court, star Kristal Tin's screen time was sacrificed.On.cc reported that top TVB executive Sandy Yu (ä½™è© çŠ), who was allegedly responsible for Priscilla’s speedy rise in TVB, has requested producer Lee Yim Fong to increase Priscilla’s screen time in The Verbal Side of Court. The period legal drama, set in the late 1700s, stars Kristal Tin as an articulate daughter of a renowned lawyer who is extremely skilled in writing and solving cold cases. Priscilla will play a supporting character in the serial.The rumor claimed that Priscilla’s screen time had increased so much that Kristal, the original star of the show, had to have her screen time reduced to accommodate Priscilla.Kristal’s husband, fellow actor Chapman To (æœæ±¶æ¾¤), voiced out his support for his wife on his official Facebook account, writing, “My wife truly loves acting. Damn TVB only cares about making news!‘Priscilla’s rumored boyfriend Tony Hung (æ´ªæ°¸åŸŽ), also a former Cable TV presenter, quickly came to Priscilla’s aid. The former travelogue host returned to Hong Kong from Malaysia yesterday afternoon, after completing his shoot for TVB’s upcoming romantic television drama, Outbound Love .“What a big misunderstanding,‘ Tony, drawled as he nodded at his Outbound Love costar, Matt Yeung (æšæ˜Ž), who nodded in return. “It’s so hard to predict the news now. [Priscilla] is very hard working, and I’m sure everyone has noticed that her performance is Reality Check was not bad, right? She has a few dramas coming up, and we should give priority to her acting performance. Everything else should be just a rumor.‘Tony revealed that Priscilla had mentioned to him about how supportive Kristal has been through the process of shooting The Verbal Side of Court. “[Kristal] had taught her many things, so I’m sure all of this is just a misunderstanding. I haven’t heard stories of them arguing. I think they are pretty good friends.‘Former Cable TV presenter, Priscilla Wong (é»ƒç¿ å¦‚), had a smooth sail to TVB when she decided to transition her career from hosting to acting. Priscilla landed her first major role in TVB’s Reality Check , starring opposite Louise Lee (æŽå¸æ£‹) and Ruco Chan (é™³å±•éµ¬). She was cast in her first leading role in the yet-to-air Karma Rider , snatching second billing credits after Raymond Wong (é»ƒæµ©ç„¶). Priscilla is currently shooting Lee Yim Fong’s (æŽè‰·èŠ³) Qing Dynasty drama The Verbal Side of Court , starring alongside Roger Kwok (éƒæ™‰å®‰) and Kristal Tin (ç”°è•Šå¦®).