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Cheryl Chin wants to 'refrain from engaging in public discourse' over ex-husband Titus Low's accusations, prioritises daughter's welfare and privacy

OnlyFans content creator Titus Low had earlier accused his ex-wife of restricting his visitation rights with their daughter.

Cheryl Chin shared a statement with Yahoo Southeast Asia on recent claims by her ex-husband, OnlyFans content creator Titus Low. (Photos: Instagram/titusslow, Screengrab from Instagram/cherb8ar)
Cheryl Chin shared a statement with Yahoo Southeast Asia on recent claims by her ex-husband, OnlyFans content creator Titus Low. (Photos: Instagram/titusslow, Screengrab from Instagram/cherb8ar)

Malaysian influencer Cheryl Chin doesn't want to engage in public discourse after her ex-husband, OnlyFans content creator Titus Low, went on social media to accuse her of restricting visitation rights with their daughter.

Low had earlier shared on Instagram Stories that he’d only been able to meet his daughter twice every month in the last three months and that he has to "request from Cheryl's lawyer just to just to arrange visits with my daughter".

In a response to Yahoo Southeast Asia, Chin shared a statement via email on Thursday (29 Feb) which read, “After further consideration, I have made a conscious decision to refrain from engaging in public discourse or stating my stance on current matters.”

“My main focus and obligation lies with safeguarding the well-being and mental tranquility of my daughter. It is my firm belief that she should not be embroiled in any public contention," Chin said.

"Thus, I am committed to ensuring I do my very best to provide, educate, and also ensure she grows up in the best environment possible,” added Chin.

Titus Low shared alleged screenshots of text messages with Cheryl Chin

On his Instagram account earlier, Low had also shared screenshots of alleged text messages with Chin where she allegedly accused Low of not paying or doing anything for their daughter.

Sharing his side of the story, Low said he was seeking legal advice.

Though Chin didn’t respond directly to the allegations about the texts, she reiterated her steadfast resolve to prioritise her daughter’s welfare and privacy “over any urge to assert what may be deemed as right or wrong in the public eye”.

“It is sad to see that he chose not to do so and even picked selective screenshots of private conversations that he wanted the public to see, and chose to seek legal advice from the public when he should be engaging a lawyer and allowing the Singapore courts to decide what is fair instead,” Chin added.

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