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Sex-Blogging Vivian:”Life Is More Peaceful Without Alvin”

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PETALING JAYA: For Vivian Lee (pic), the ex-girlfriend of sex blogger Alvin Tan, life has been “actually more peaceful and serene” in the three months since the 26-year-old Tan jumped bail to seek asylum in the United States.

“We used to fight a lot. Most of the fights were over petty issues,” said the 25-year-old Lee.

Lee said in Facebook messages to The Star Online that while the couple had in fact reconciled after a much-publicised split this January, she now considers their break-up official following Tan’s disappearance to the United States.

“Since he’s confirmed to be in the US and has cut off all communications with me, I suppose the break-up is now official. I still miss him occasionally, but I think I’m past him,” said Lee.

She added that not being able to part ways with Tan like adults and “say our proper goodbyes” was one of her regrets, adding that she had learned a lot from Tan, whom she called “a charming man”.

“I want to thank him for the times we had, both the good and bad. I’m grateful that the public is more interested in him, and that has allowed me to carry on with my life without the glaring attention,” said Lee.

She added that Tan’s current focus on making political statements and challenging the authorities has made her previous collaborations with him, their now-defunct “Sumptuous Erotica” sex blog and their “Sexcussions with Alvivi” YouTube channel “seem insignificant”.

“They made me somewhat of a household name before, but now I’m contented to lead a quiet and simple life,” said Lee who is working at an office job, which she declined to elaborate on.

Tan and Lee – known as the Alvivi pair after gaining notoriety for their now-defunct sex blog – still face two charges under the Film Censorship Act and Sedition Act for an insensitive “Ramadan greeting” that was posted on their blog last year.

Lee and Tan regained temporary possession of their passports on May 18, but only Lee showed up on June 3 to return it.

The Sessions Court has issued a warrant of arrest for Tan and forfeited his RM20,000 bail after he failed to return his passport on Aug 22.

Tan has since resurfaced on Facebook with posts of himself in Los Angeles, California.-The Star


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