Dee Hsu loses weight over recent troubles
On Wednesday, Taiwanese host Dee Hsu looked visibly troubled during the program recording of Here Comes Kang Xi, which was closed to media coverage. When contacted by reporters, Dee’s mum revealed that the 35-year-old now weighs 39 kg, having lost two kilograms as a result of the stress caused by recent controversy.
Top Pot Bakery, a Taipei-based bakery chain co-owned by Dee’s husband Mike Hsu and her father-in-law Hsu Ching-hsiang, and endorsed by Dee, first hit headlines in late August for false advertising. Last week, Mike and his father as well as the bakery's current president Hsu Hsun-ping and his wife Jiang Li-fen were summoned for questioning on an insider trading case which involved Top Pot Bakery's parent company, Genome International Biomedical Co. Ltd (GIBC).
“The authorities must not wrong us. We’ll go sort it out,” Dee’s mum affirmed.
On the other hand, Barbie Hsu has faith her younger sister will stay strong while handling the situation. Taiwanese artiste Aya Liu also showed her support for the couple by saying that they are both “kind-hearted people” who do a lot of charity work in private.
Dee and Mike have maintained a low profile, as the controversy unfolded over the past few weeks. The couple’s two kids are fetched to and from school by their nanny and driver, who disclosed that the family stays indoors most of the time now. “Even if they need to go out, they would ride in their friends’ cars,” he added.
Earlier reports stated that the prosecutor would be summoning Dee for questioning to assist in the investigations. Although the host has been working as per normal, she has reportedly cancelled her appearance at an endorsement event next week.
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Dee Hsu and Kevin Tsai at a program recording of "Here Comes Kangxi"
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