Canto-pop star Aaron Kwok Fu-shing yesterday filed a libel suit over an article in Ming Pao Weekly last month which he says tarnished his reputation as a 'superstar in show business'. Kwok and his manager, Leung May-May, are suing for undisclosed damages over the cover story on April 24. The story was billed as 'full coverage' of a trip to Jordan in the Middle East to film a commercial, by Kwok and nine other performers. According to the High Court writ filed yesterday, the story blamed Kwok and Ms Leung for breaching a confidentiality arrangement and leaking the itinerary for the commercial shoot. The story went on to say that as a result of the disclosure, other stars featured in the shoot - including Edison Chen Koon-hei, and Taiwanese stars Jolin Tsai Yi-lin, Jay Chou Jie-lun and F4 - were put at 'considerable inconvenience, discomfort and distress' after a legion of fans dogged their every move. The writ said the article cast aspersions on Kwok 'in the way of his occupation as a performing, filming and recording artist and superstar in show business' and on Ms Leung as 'manageress of a performing, filming and recording artist and superstar in show business'. The writ also states the story said the other stars ostracised Kwok and that he lapsed into 'ridiculous, embarrassing and outrageous behaviour when he failed to avoid being isolated'. The defendants were listed as: publisher, Ming Pao Magazines, editor Lung King-cheong and printer Toppan Printing Company (Hong Kong). Kwok and Ms Leung are seeking damages, including exemplary and aggravated damages, from libel. An injunction is also being sought to stop the defendants for further publishing the defamatory remarks.