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Friday, November 28, 2008

American-Chinese suspected to be man behind Ivy Li's suicide

American-Chinese suspected to be man behind Ivy Li's suicide
Channel NewsAsia / Yahoo Singapore

Ex-contestant of the third season of "One Million Star", Ivy Li, ended her life and left much doubts. There were various conjectures of her suicide but her father has denied them all. However, Netizens have found traces of evidence of Ivy's boyfriend from her online photo album.

According to reports, the man in question is Jeremy, an American-Chinese in the children infotainment business based in Taiwan. He is currently the managing director of a children's theatre, MyStoryIsland. Netizens found photos of Ivy and Jeremy on her online photo album, and also a note which the latter wrote to Ivy. The note reads, "I love you, but now I'm not sure. You can't give me what I want, and I can't give you what you want I hope freedom is a gift to you."

The note reveals love and helplessness and has been regarded as the letter which drove Ivy to her end. The Li family has denied that Ivy and Jeremy were seeing each other, but admits that he is a family friend and a close friend of Ivy.

When Taiwan media tries to locate Jeremy at the theatre, one of the staff says, "He is away for business".

Mr. Li has promised to locate the person involved and redress her daughter's death.

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