On May 28, TV host Cui Yongyuan wrote a post about a certain actress saying that she shouldn’t act because she’s really terrible. Along with his blatant insults were snapshots of a contract, which he continued to release over the next couple days.
His expose basically accused Fan Bingbing of signing a yin yang contract and that she was paid an exorbitant amounts of 60 million for just four days of filming. In layman terms, yin yang contract means that she allegedly signed two contracts for one job, the official one with a smaller amount for tax purposes and the hidden one that has the real number.
Cui Yongyuan’s accusations caused quite a stir that it has gotten the tax man involved. As recently as yesterday, June 3, the Wuxi tax department advised that they were following the requirements of the State Administration of Taxation and Jiangsu tax authorities to investigate the matter accordingly and that anyone found guilty will be punishable by law.
Given the gravity of the matter, Fan Bingbing studio immediately issued a statement against those spreading false rumors against her and accused them of libel especially Cui Yongyuan who violated business practices in disclosing an actress’s contract. Her side also said that Fan Bingbing never signed a yin yang contract and that they will cooperate with authorities.