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Chinese Tennis Player Accuses Former Deputy PM of Sexual Abuse

Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai on social media. By writing a lengthy post, former deputy prime minister and member of the party’s powerful Politburo Standing Committee, Zhang Gaoli, have been accused of forcing him to have sex. His post suggests that he once had sex with Zhang seven years ago. However, this post was removed after some time. Chinese authorities have also restricted online discussions on these allegations.

Chinese tennis player accuses former deputy PM of sexual abuse

For having sex on the deputy prime minister and member of the party’s powerful Politburo Standing Committee, Zhang Gaoli. accused of coercion. He said that three years ago after a round of tennis. Despite repeated refusals, Zhang had sex with her. His post suggests that he once had sex with Zhang seven years ago. This post was removed after some time. Chinese authorities imposed on former top government officials by the country’s tennis players. Online discussion on sexual harassment allegations is banned. This shows how sensitive the ruling Communist Party of China is to such allegations.

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Zhang arranged the tennis match – Peng

The post was soon taken down and a search of Peng’s account on Weibo did not find it. Neither Peng nor Zhang could be reached for comment. This is the first time since the launch of the ‘MeToo campaign’ in China in 2018. There have been allegations of sexual harassment against a reputed government official. Screenshots of his post have gone viral on Twitter, which is banned in China.

35-year-old Peng wrote in his post

Zhang, now 75, and his wife, who arranged a tennis match in Beijing three years ago, later took her to a room in their house where she was sexually assaulted. She said, ‘I was very scared that afternoon. I never thought this thing could happen.

China kept silent on the allegations

On the other hand, the State Council Information Office of China has also not given any reply in this regard. Asked at a routine press conference about Weibo Post, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said he was not aware of the issue and it was not a question related to foreign affairs. Let us tell you that until the start of the movement in 2018, cases of sexual harassment in China were rarely revealed in public.

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