Han Ye denies causing Zanilia Zhao-Feng Shaofeng divorce

Heidi Hsia
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26 Apr – Chinese actress Han Ye has recently denied rumours that she played a part that lead to the separation of celebrity couple Zanilia Zhao and Feng Shaofeng.

As reported on Sina, the actress, who starred in "The Story of Minglan" alongside Feng, found herself accused of being the third party, with some accusing her of sending intimate photos of her and Feng to Zanilia that led to the couple's divorce.

In response to the allegation, Han wrote on Weibo, "What had happened? Never thought that one day I would be [following my own gossips]. "Story of Minglan" concluded three years ago. I have only worked with the two of them. I don't know who are these people creating these rumours."

Han Ye dismisses rumours that she has something to do with the divorce
Han Ye dismisses rumours that she has something to do with the divorce

The actress also pleaded for netizens' common sense, adding that she may have to take legal action if it continues.

On the other hand, Feng's agency dismissed all cheating and domestic violence allegations against the actor since news of his divorce with Zanilia made headlines. They also threatened legal action against those who spread the false allegations.

Zanilia and Feng shocked many last week, when they released a joint statement saying that they are ending their marriage peacefully and have gone through the relevant procedures.

The couple also took to their individual social media accounts and wrote, "The days are long, the past is good, but hopefully the future will be better."

The couple was never without surprises. They first shocked fans by announcing their marriage in October 2018, before revealing in March the next year that they have welcomed their first child. The two started dating after working together in the 2018 movie, "The Monkey King 3: Kingdom of Women".

The couple surprises many with marriage news in 2018
The couple surprises many with marriage news in 2018

(Photo Source: Oriental Daily, SINA)