Man suing escort service after paying $3.7 million to have sex with Hollywood celebrities but got nothing


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By: Chan Yuan

A millionaire of China, filed a lawsuit against an escort service in Australia, for failing to provide him celebrities for sex.

Businessman Yu Martin Xu wrote in court documents that he paid for the escort service for sexual services from A-list celebrities.

Xu wrote that he paid $3.7 million to Royal Court Escorts of Sydney, after they advertised that they can get celebrities from around the world to have sex with clients for the right price.


Xu said that the $3.7 million was supposed to include airfare and accommodations for the women to come to China, and for romantic nights for him with the hot-looking women like Megan Fox, Candice Swanepoel, and Angelababy.

However, Xu said the agency stood him up and they never arranged for him to meet the women, according to documents filed in the NSW Supreme Court.

However, there was no suggestion that Megan Fox, Candice Swanepoel, or Angelababy, work as escorts.

Xu has now launched legal action in an attempt to recover the money he paid. He is seeking $3.724 million he claims to have paid to access the services.

Xu also said that he paid the agency a $24,000 “joining fee.”