Tuesday , July 16 2024

Taiwanese actress Ady An single-handedly cares for 2 children after casino tycoon husband’s incarceration

Actress Ady An is now the sole caregiver for her two children following the incarceration of her husband Levo Chan, the founder and former CEO of Macau’s second-largest casino junket operator Tak Chun Group.

Taiwanese actress Ady An (L) and her husband Levo Chan. Photo from Ans Instagram

Taiwanese actress Ady An (L) and her husband Levo Chan. Photo from An’s Instagram

Sinchew reports that Hong Kong media recently showcased photographs of An and her children at a swimming session in early July. The actress, slim and dressed simply, continues to garner praise for her striking beauty, fair skin, and slender legs at 44.

Since her husband’s Jan. 2022 arrest for involvement in illegal gambling operations, An has maintained a low profile. According to The Straits Times, she has removed all photographs of her husband from social media and has ceased posting updates.

Sources indicate that An has withdrawn from the entertainment industry to dedicate herself to her children’s upbringing. She occasionally brings them to visit their father in detention and is frequently observed shopping alone for children’s items, dressed neatly in simple attire—a stark contrast to her formerly glamorous and revealing style.

Months prior, the actress was also seen taking her child to a private clinic by herself.

Following Chan’s arrest, An reportedly faced severe emotional distress but has since found stability to focus on raising her children.

An debuted in the 2001 television drama “Marmalade Boy” and rose to fame with her role in “The Outsiders” in 2004. She subsequently shifted her focus to mainland China, appearing in many popular dramas in both China and Taiwan, including “Autumn’s Concerto,” known for one of the highest average viewerships in Taiwan.

She met Chan in 2014 and announced her marriage to him in 2017.

Chan, 52, faced conviction on 34 charges, including unlawful gambling, running criminal syndicates, fraud and money laundering, as reported by AFP. The operations involved an estimated US$4.5 billion, generating around US$200 million for Chan.

He was sentenced to 14 years in prison, although this was reduced by one year earlier this year, as reported by Macao News.

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