A Businessman From China Paid Out $3.7 Million To Have Sex With Actress Megan Fox?


A Businessman From China Paid Out $3.7 Million To Have Sex With Actress Megan Fox?

We can think of a lot of ways to spend $3.7 million… a nice house, some new cars and some worthy charities.

But to spend it on having sex with some celebrities?

A Chinese businessman is suing an Australian escort agency, claiming to have paid a total of $3.7 million to spend the night with several Hollywood stars, including “Transformers” actress Megan Fox.

The man allegedly paid for for supposed encounters with Fox, along with Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel and Chinese model and actress Yang Ying, according to court documents cited by Australia’s The Sunday Telegraph.

According to the newspaper Yu Xu had arranged for the women to meet him in China.

Yu Xu has filed legal action against the parent company of the Sydney-based agency, Royal Court Escorts.

Yu claims to have been told that he would be provided with “female escorts of international standing for the provision of sexual services.”

To our knowledge and research, none of the named woman has ever worked as escorts.

“It was agreed that if (Xu) paid the sum of $3.7 million (the agency) would provide Megan Fox, Candice Swanepoel and Yang Ying as escorts for sexual services,” Xu’s statement in the lawsuit reportedly says

Xu was said to have paid the agency in August 2014, but the alleged agreement collapsed when the ladies failed to meet him a month later.

Megan Fox attends the premiere of the movie "Eagle Eye" held at the Mann's Grauman Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Los Angeles, September 16, 2008. (Pictured: Megan Fox). Photo by Lionel Hahn/AbacaUsa.com

Megan Fox

“He wants to recoup the cost and is suing the agency’s parent company for breach of conduct, misleading and deceptive conduct, and unjust enrichment,” the newspaper reports.

“It is understood the company will defend the claim but it is yet to file a defense statement with the court.”

Calls to the agency’s number, which was posted on its website, resulted in nothing, as the number appeared to be disconnected.

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