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More than a month ago, Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai went missing, and silent, after she posted on social media that a top Chinese Communist official allegedly sexually assaulted her.
Officials from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) claimed it has spoken twice with Peng, who has reportedly had no other contact outside of China since Nov. 2, not even the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).
Recently, the WTA canceled all of its tournaments in China. On Tuesday, the IOC faced questions regarding Peng.
"We can't provide you with absolute certainty on anything. All we can do is do the best we can in the process that we believe is in the best interests of the well-being of the athlete," IOC spokesman Mark Adams said.
"We can't give assurances and we don't know the full facts," Adams continued. "It's a full road map to at least attempt to keep in touch and to see where she is."
She is under 24 hour surveillance with not only cameras and any calls/text sent or received but she also has 2 or 4 constant house quest controlling her every daily action. If she wasn't a celebrity then she would have been sent to a camp.
originally posted by: GCRSolution
originally posted by: TheSpanishArcher
They can't even show us she's alive? How bloody hard is that?