Zhu Hui-zhen Daughter Zhu An-jie 26, Jumped From 10th Floor Window Committed Suicide On Mother’s Day (Photos & Videos)

Blogged By: La Tray

Source & Story Credit: What’s on Xiamen

Media Credit: Photo (What’s on Xiamen) / Video (China Times) (ku6entertainment)

Posted: Wednesday May 16, 2012 @2:05 a.m. PST


Taiwan actress Zhu Hui-zhen (朱慧珍) had the saddest of Mother’s Day
as on Sunday as her only daughter died after jumping off a tall building.
The 26-year-old Zhu An-jie (朱安婕) leapt from the window of the apartment her mom rents on the 10th floor in Taipei.
She left two short notes behind, saying she was foolish and hoped the media would not disturb her family.
Hui-zhen, 50, rushed back to Taipei from Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, where she was attending a religious event.
Her manager said the mother and daughter pair was quite close and often talked to each other on the phone.
There were, apparently, no signs that An-jie would commit suicide.
Hui-zhen gave birth to An-jie while dating actor Xing Feng (邢峰).
But the two broke up soon after their daughter was born and have not been on speaking terms ever since.
According to Xinmsn,Taiwanese actress Zhu Hui-zhen’s daughter, Zhu An-Jie, is suspected to have committed suicide on Mothers’ Day, leaving behind a note that said, “I am silly…Please allow me to leave quietly.”

The Unforgettable Memory actress gave birth to An-jie while dating actor, Xing Feng. The pair broke up after a year and are not on speaking terms since then. It is rumoured that that Hui-zhen forbids her daughter from visiting Xing Feng, to which the actress angrily refuted yesterday, “I swear with my life that I’ve never stopped my daughter from meeting her birth father”

The 50-year-old claimed that she asked An-jie to visit her father but the latter refused to do so, revealing that Xing Feng has not asked about their daughter over the years.

In response to Hui-zhen’s accusations, Xing Feng’s manager claimed that “it is impossible to be indifferent when you know you have a child out there,” adding that it is too late for any more talks and “hopes to resolve everything soon.”

Zhu Hui-zhen


Xing Feng





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