Wang, 47, issued a statement through his lawyer, claiming he was the one who had initiated the procedure for enforcement of the divorce agreement.
“Unfortunately, most of the contents of the court decision have not been fulfilled,” said the statement. “Therefore, we hope to realise the contents through legal procedures, so we can meet the most important people in our lives.”
Wang, who quit show business temporarily after the scandal broke, was likely referring to his three children.
At his Las Vegas comeback concert in January, he released a new song, See You Soon, dedicated to his children, but Ms Lee accused him on social media of making use of them. The official music video of the song was released last week.
Ms Lee also issued a statement through her lawyer on Monday afternoon after Wang’s statement.
“Details of family cases should not be disclosed to the public and this point was specifically reminded by the judge earlier,” said the statement. “We deeply regret that Mr Wang once again violated the principles of family matters for his personal gains.”
The statement claimed the pair have attended several court sessions in nearly two years as Wang has kept appealing and counter-appealing, but Ms Lee had never witnessed such a big media presence like the one outside the court on Monday.