Putting aside husband Oxide Pang’s (彭順) extramarital affair with model Liddy Li (李悅彤), Angelica Lee (李心潔) returned to work and busied herself for HKTV Internet drama, The Storm <風雲>. After Angelica went to the filming studio, Oxide was seen heading off to a massage parlor to seek relief from his recent marital stress, reports Jayne Stars.
On July 15, Oxide met with a friend and entered a massage parlor in East Tsim Sha Tsui together. The parlor offered an afternoon special price of 900 RMB which includes two hours of massage, warm and cold baths, as well as unlimited food and drinks.
Wrapped up in a towel after his bath, Oxide selected a masseuse from the largely female staff and enjoyed the massage. Oxide was in a good mood after the massage, and played with his cell phone the entire time in the resting area afterwards.
Angelica Lee’s Hardship
When Oxide and Liddy were caught red-handed on a movie date by the media, Angelica suffered from a heartbreaking betrayal. Luckily, good friends, Charlie Yeung (楊采妮), Gigi Leung (梁詠琪), and Valen Hsu (許茹蕓) were supportive during this time and kept Angelica company during her worst times. However, Angelica was unable to pick herself up and ultimately took a seven-day retreat in Malaysia to sort through her marital problems.
Even after deciding to forgive Oxide, Angelica appeared to be slightly nervous when facing the media. When she was at a costume fitting for The Storm, she maintained a forced smile and clenched her fists. Also, her wedding ring was noticeably absent from her finger on that day.
Liddy Returns To Hong Kong
After shying away from the public eye over her affair with Oxide, Liddy returned to Hong Kong to take care of her father’s funeral. Her father, Li Duk Yun (李德仁), committed suicide last month by shooting himself in the mouth after a standoff with the police. Oxide has not officially ended his ties with Liddy, who hopes to get back together. Currently staying with a relative, Liddy’s mood has stabilized and will be attending the promotional event for her movie, Sei Fei <四非>.