Taiwanese actor Vic Chou's agent is threatening to take legal action against a Thai woman who says she had a relationship with the F4 member.
According to The Straits Times, at a press conference at a Thai television station on Thursday (Feb 18), the woman introduced herself as Pear and said she met Chou in 2009, before they began dating in 2010, reported Taiwan Apple Daily.
She had earlier this year accused Vic of having a one-night stand with her when he was filming Go Lala Go in Ko Samui in June last year.
At the conference she said that her 'first time' with Vic was rape:
"It happened a year after [we met]. At first we didn't trust each other. But after hanging out with a group of friends, he started by saying I should come and see him. He made excuses when I came over. He told me to sit on the bed, and asked me to lie down but I wouldn't, so he started slow."
She also revealed that she had developed feelings for him after the first time and sex became consensual.
They had unprotected sex during their five-year relationship and the last time she saw him was in June 2015.
Afterwards, she was pregnant, had a miscarriage and read about his marriage in the news, she said.
Chou, 34, wed Taiwanese actress Reem Yu, 28, in November 2015.
On Friday, his agent told Taiwan Apple Daily the Thai woman was "going too far".
The agent said she had no response to an untrue story, but wondered what a psychiatrist would have to say.
She said she had decided to let a lawyer take care of the case.
However, Pear has released alleged WhatsApp text messages with Vic as evidence.
Many netizens have said the text messages seem dubious as the two parties converse in two languages, Mandarin and English.