Services ‘not rendered’: Businessman Yu ‘Martin’ Xu, sues Australian escort service for not providing the A-list celebrities promised when he paid $3.7m for the ‘sexual services’ of actress Megan Fox, model Candice Swanepoel and Chinese actress Angelababy

Man sues escort agency after claiming he paid $3.7 million for ‘sexual services’ from Hollywood actresses Megan Fox, super model Candice Swanepoel and Chinese actress ‘angelbaby’

Businessman Yu ‘Martin’ Xu alleges he paid  Paid $3.7 million to Royal Court Escorts, Sydney for ‘sexual services’ from these A-list celebrities

Claims Royal Court Escorts agency never provided the services contracted

Suing to recover the money he paid for services ‘not rendered’

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Hollywood Actress Megan Fox

A Chinese businessman was itching to enjoy the services of Hollywood A-listers and was not bashful about paying for the premium service so he enlisted the aidof an escort service based in Sydney Australia. Yu ‘Martin’ Xu claims he paid an escort agency $3.7 million to have sex with supermodels and A-list actresses. He alleges the agency  duped him out of the money paid since the promised ‘dates’ never materialized
Xu alleges he paid Sydney-based agency Royal Court Escort for ‘sexual services’ from Hollywood actress Megan Fox, Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel and Independence Day actress Angelababy, but was stood up.
Mr Xu said an agent told him that the agency would provide ‘female escorts of international standing for the provision of sexual services’, according to documents filed in the New South Wales Supreme Court.

The company which prides itself on being Australia’s most exclusive, discreet and trusted escort agency claims on it’s website to be the ” the leading worldwide luxury travel companions consultants. ” With a “portfolio of escort companions  drawn from a select group of stunning models, actresses and educated women”

Yu “Martin” Xu claims he paid $3.7 million to a Sydney escort ­agency, which promised him “sexual services” from Hollywood actress Megan Fox and Victoria’s Secret model ­Candice Swanepoel.
But Mr Xu is seeking redress from the court because the escort service failed to hold up their end of the bargain. The showbiz A-listers never showed up to their rendezvous, even after he agreed to pay extra for their airfare and ­accommodation.
The third woman listed in the deposition by Mr Xu is “Angelababy”, a Chinese actress whose real name is Yang Ying who appears in the latest Independence Day movie. Ironically, there is no suggestion Fox, Swanepoel or Ying are escorts.

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Victoria’s Secret model ­Candice Swanepoel

Mr Xu has now sued the parent company of the Sydney-based agency, Royal Court Escorts in a bid to recoup the $3.724 million he claims to have paid to have sex with “international ­female movie stars and models”..
In Court, Mr Xu claims an agent of the agency told him they would be able to provide ­“female escorts of international standing for the provision of sexual services”.
It was then agreed that if  he paid $3.7 million to the agency he could call on the women to meet him anywhere in the world as long as he paid for their transport and accommodation. The arrengment was to have all three women meet Xu in China.


Chinese actress  “Angelababy”, real name Yang Ying

To access the services, Xu alleges that he paid the agency a $24,000 “joining fee”.
Around July 2014 he allegedly paid the escort agency for “sexual services” from “international movie stars or models”.
“It was agreed that if (Mr Xu) paid the sum of $3.7 million (the agency) would provide Megan Fox, Candice Swanepoel and ‘Angelababy’ as ­escorts for sexual services,” his court submission read.
Describing the mode of payment Xu told the court he transferred $500,000 into the agency’s account on August 13, 2014.Followed up with another $500,000 payment two days later and two more payments totalling $2.5 million on August 19. The final transfer of $200,000 was made on August 21.
Mr Xu claims that in September 2014 the agency agreed to send ­“Angelababy” and he arranged and paid for her transport. But the alleged tryst fell through when “the person was not provided”, Mr Xu’s statement of claim said.
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.
Royal Court Escort says it plans to contest Mr Xu’s allegations, but is yet to file a defence statement with the court.



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