Buzzing: Vic Chou's agent denies star had Thai romance

Lady Gaga stunned on Thursday as she powered down the runway (above left) for designer Marc Jacobs in a triumphant finale to New York Fashion Week. Only on Monday, the singer had donned a Jacobs costume in her tribute performance to the late David Bo
Lady Gaga stunned on Thursday as she powered down the runway (above left) for designer Marc Jacobs in a triumphant finale to New York Fashion Week. Only on Monday, the singer had donned a Jacobs costume in her tribute performance to the late David Bowie at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Also prominent at the fashion show on Thursday was Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who was seated in the front row with her daughter Bee Shaffer (above, both right) and wearing a Jacobs T-shirt in support of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. PHOTOS: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY

Vic Chou's agent denies star had Thai romance

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. At a press conference at a Thai TV station on Thursday, the woman said she met Chou in 2009 and they began dating in 2010, reported Taiwan Apple Daily. She said she last met him in June last year. 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. His agent yesterday called the story false and said a lawyer would take care of the case.


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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 20, 2016, with the headline 'Buzzing: Vic Chou's agent denies star had Thai romance'. Print Edition | Subscribe