TAMPA, Fla. – For Chinese expatriates living in the United States, securing success can be challenged by Chinese spies who seek to sabotage those who support the concept of capitalism and freedom.
According to a confidential Chinese source of The Free Press, the following lawsuit filed June 4 in Hillsborough County may reflect an effort to destroy the achievements of a Chinese YouTube Trump supporter.
The truth won’t be discovered for some time.
Both creators are reportedly U.S. permanent residents. Their YouTube video productions are written in Mandarin Chinese.
The lawsuit introduces an “online defamatory” complaint against Zhang, stating, “Beginning in or around February 2020, Plaintiff began to post video segments that shared her gratitude for the United States, referenced her support for the Republican Party, and occasionally offered her opinions on the relationship between the United States and her native country, China.”
Within eleven months Liu garnered over 180,000 subscriptions and 10 million views, which included 145,000 views in Florida.
Zhang’s YouTube videos promote financial advice and solicit new business and subscriptions. From December 17 to 27, Zhang allegedly asserted an attack against Liu, proclaiming he was on a “Cat Killing Mission” identifying Liu directly with pursuit of personal information on her whereabouts and a call for her to be involuntarily repatriated to China. He taunted Liu to sue him and sought the ruin of her YouTube success.
Zhang allegedly broadcast on December 19 that Liu was the spokesperson and mistress of a Chinese Communist spy, and that they were “the adulterer and the whore.” He also allegedly claimed that Liu’s videos were written, produced and manipulated to generate revenues by the supposed Chinese Communist Party spy.
A December 20 video shows Zhang referring to Liu as “brainless with big breasts” if she did not respond to his accusations.
A December 23 video shows Zhang accusing Liu of being a mistress of various officers of the Chinese Communist Party, in addition to serving as a Chinese spy’s “whore.” He also accused Liu of issuing a death threat to him and his son, that she is “CCP’s big propaganda…a CCP running dog…a communist bandit…and a shameless bitch.”
He allegedly added, “I am waiting for you to sue me. If you do not sue me, you are a son of a bi*ch.”
Zhang continued to taunt Liu by stating that he hoped she would sue, which would require her to divulge her true identity.
“Let me remind you,” he allegedly stated, “that in Chinese families in the U.S., who doesn’t have some guns in the house, right? I am just giving you a little warning.” Zhang also remarked, “Once you let me know your real name, then we will put a good show on the stage …one of my main tasks in 2021 is to drive you out of YouTube…So everyone, please keep paying attention to my channel …”
In a December 24 video, Zhang allegedly stated that Liu has been “raped by black men, gang raped and is ‘a big propaganda.’” He is purported to have said he is willing to take full legal responsibility if his accusations of Liu are proven wrong.
In a December 26 video, Zhang allegedly specified some of Liu’s alleged affairs, including serving as a mistress to a senior executive of a Chinese video-sharing platform service called “Xigua.”
She was also accused of being a junior high school drop-out who engaged in an illicit affair with a “corrupt official in Suqian City,” and serving as a prostitute and mistress to a corrupt official in Shanghai, with whom she had a son. She was accused of currently acting as a prostitute and mistress to both white and black men in the United States.
Liu allegedly referenced Falun Gong, a Chinese religious movement, and associated Epoch Times as the writers of some of Liu’s YouTube video segments.
Zhang attributed Liu’s poor quality of voice as the result of fellatio and called her “a little female cat in heat.”
Supplementing Liu’s lawsuit is a demand for the defendant’s production of his YouTube channel analytics to review Zhang’s business growth and communications from his attack on Liu. It also seeks Zhang’s insurance policy information.
The lawsuit claims Liu has suffered “shame, humiliation and mental anguish, medical expenses and her loss of earnings and earnings capacity.” A trial by jury is demanded.
Liu’s attorney is Richard C. Alvarez of Older, Lundy, Alvarez and Koch of Tampa. Inquiries were made regarding the suit, but there was no response.
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