Chinese ultra-rich can tend to think they are the shit, with the impression that they can buy everything and own everything. However, one Chinese businessman recently learned the simple truth that “money isn’t everything,” after his $3.74 million AUD bid to bed some Hollywood A-listers and Chinese celebrities went terribly wrong.
A Chinese businessman named Xu Yu has filed a lawsuit against an Australian escort agency, claiming that he paid $3.74 million AUD (18.74 million RMB) to the Sydney escort agency, which promised him “sexual services” with Megan Fox, Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel and Independence Day 2 star Angelababy.
Xu also claimed that he had generously agreed to pay the three women their transportation and accommodation costs, yet none of them made it their supposed rendezvous point, according to a report from cankaoxiaoxi.com.
Reports quoting information from Australian authorities said that one-time Indian actor, Diljit “Dion” Singh Uppal, who was acquitted of murdering his father more than a decade ago, owns the parent company of the Sydney escort agency.
There is no suggestion that Candice, Angelababy or Megan are actually escorts, though Fox did appear in the movie “The Dictator,” shagging with Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) for a Rolex and a few diamonds in return.
Maybe Mr. Xu should’ve known Megan’s price better? Certainly not just $3.74 million AUD ($2.81 million USD).
Meanwhile, if the encounter had occurred, he might have been a little bit surprised by Candice’s current shape:
Of course, he could always go back to China and pay a lot less and have the not real thing.