[이데일리 김보겸 기자] A Chinese tennis star who revealed that she had been sexually assaulted by a top-ranking Chinese leader has been reported missing.
On the 15th (local time), Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post (SCMP) revealed that Chinese tennis player Feng Shuyi (彭帥, 36) was sexually assaulted by Zhang Gaori (張高麗, 75), former deputy prime minister of the State Council, and continued to have sexual relations with her. After that, it was reported that contact had been lost. Feng Xian posted this on his Weibo, but the disclosure was deleted within half an hour.
SCMP reported that Feng’s whereabouts are unknown. An official from Peng’s public relations team is also out of contact with him, and after seeing the revelations written by Peng Xie, the public relations officer immediately called, but did not answer.
Former US tennis player Chris Ebert, who has been friends with Feng for a long time, also tweeted on the 14th, “I’ve known Feng since I was 14. “Give me information about where she is and if she is safe.” “This is a very serious matter. We all need to pay attention.”
Earlier this month, Peng Shunyi revealed that sexual assault occurred between 2007 and 2012, when former Deputy Prime Minister Zhang worked as a party secretary in Tianjin. At first, former Deputy Prime Minister Jang invited his wife to play tennis with him, but sexually assaulted him.
Peng said, “I cried and refused to have sex with former Deputy Prime Minister Chang, but I came to agree in a terrifying and bewildering state. But even if it is a rock hit with an egg, even if it becomes a moth flying towards a flame, even if it is a path that promotes self-destruction, I will tell the truth.”
Former Deputy Prime Minister Chang is the Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council, who retired in 2018. From 2013 to 2018, he served as a member of the Standing Committee of the Central Politburo of the Communist Party of China. Shun Feng is a Chinese tennis star who ranked No. 1 in the doubles world rankings. Together with her Taiwanese partner, Su Wei-Xi, she won the 2013 Wimbledon doubles title, and the following year she also won first place in the French Open doubles.