Twins singer Gillian Chung has revealed that she bumped into an apologetic Edison Chen on a plane after the rapper's sleazy pictures of her and other women were stolen and circulated online. Image: Apple Daily. Twins singer Gillian Chung has revealed that she, like actress Cecilia Cheung, bumped into an apologetic Edison Chen on a plane after the rapper's sleazy pictures of the women were stolen and circulated online.
Pictures showing the year-old, Canadian-born Chinese actor and singer posing in bed with numerous female celebrities -- including singer Gillian Chung and actress Cecilia Cheung -- recently hit the Internet, the Shanghai Daily reported Thursday. The Shanghai Daily said Chen explained he would honor some existing commitments, and then leave the entertainment industry "indefinitely. He said he decided to do this "to give myself an opportunity to heal myself and to search my soul.
A computer technician was jailed for eight and a half months today for stealing photos of a Hong Kong pop star having sex with starlets that would be seen by millions of people via the internet. Sze Ho-chun, 24, downloaded explicit images from the laptop computer of the singer-actor Edison Chen that showed Chen engaging in sex acts with a number of women when he took his laptop in for repairs. The pictures, unlocked from encrypted files inside the laptop, were given to colleagues on CDs by Sze and ended up being uploaded onto the internet and seen by millions of people in China and around the world in early
Many local newspapers headlined the story consecutively during the first fortnight of Februaryrelegating coverage of the Chinese winter storms to secondary prominence during Chinese New Year. In a crackdown which itself became a controversial item, the Hong Kong police enlisted the assistance of Interpol to stem the spread of the photographs. The police crackdown raised questions over violations of the privacy and free speech rights of Internet users.
The threat came in the form of a letter sent to Cable TV. The channel earlier aired an interview with Cecilia Cheung, one of the female celebrities swept up in scandal, when sexually explicit photos taken by Chen hit the Internet last year. The broadcaster did not release the text of the threatening letter, which was written in English.
Gillian Chung, a member of the popular female duo Twins, makes a statement to reporters during a meeting with fans in Hong Kong February 11, Chung, one of the celebrities purportedly exposed in leaked nude photographs, apologised on Monday for the controversy and admitted to being naive in her first public comments on the matter. The photographs, which appear to show Chung naked in bed with male star Edison Chen, and suggestive images purportedly of around half a dozen other celebrities, including actress Cecilia Cheung, were recently posted online, provoking blanket tabloid coverage in the celebrity-mad former British colony.
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Jolin Tsai and Elva Hsiao, two singers who were rumored to have relationships with Chen, 27, both issued statements through their agent companies on Wednesday, saying any one who can come up with their pictures with Chen in bed can get the reward if courts prove the pictures are real, Sina. The nude picture scandal has shocked the world's Chinese-speaking community after more than photographs have been circulated on the Internet since late January. The pictures so far have embroiled seven female celebrities, including Gillian Chung of the female duo Twins and actress Cecilia Cheung.
Hong Kong entertainer Edison Chen said on Thursday he was quitting show business indefinitely after admitting here that he had taken the photos embarrassing several well-known starlets that had been leaked to the Internet. The year-old Canadian-born Chinese said he had come back to Hong Kong to "account for himself and to apologize to those involved in or effected by the scandal". I am sorry," the Vancouver native said at a press conference attended by hundreds of media.