Linda Chung denies having 'princess syndrome'

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3 Jul - TVB artistes Linda Chung and Bosco Wong attended a promotional event for their latest drama, "Witness Insecurity" in a shopping mall located at Tsim Sha Tsui.

In the drama, Linda portrays a girl who is mentally unstable. When asked whether she has 'princess syndrome' similar to her character, she denied the statement and said that she believed that audiences can clearly distinguish reality from drama.

Reception of the drama trailers was generally positive, but the violent content in the trailers had reportedly upset some of the Netizens.

In regards to that, Bosco insisted that the trailers were just exaggerated for promotional purposes and the drama is suitable for general audiences.

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