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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Jackie Chans son Jaycee Chan arrested for Drug trafficking(see pics)

The son of Hollywood actor Jackie Chan has been
arrested on drug-related charges, Chinese state
media say.

Jackie chan and his son Jaycee

Actor Jaycee Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star
Kai Ko, 23, were detained last Thursday, Beijing
police said in a statement on their official
microblog.
Police said both men tested positive for marijuana,
with more than 100 grams of the drug found at Mr
Chan’s home.


Their arrest comes amid an ongoing crackdown on
drugs which has already netted several celebrity
figures.
In June Chinese President Xi Jinping called for
“forceful measures” to tackle illegal drug use.
Gao Hu, 40, who appeared in the 2011 Zhang
Yimou film “The Flowers of War”, was detained
earlier this month for possession of marijuana and
methamphetamines, state media said.


Beijing Municipal Anti-Drug Office deputy director
Jin Zhihai said that police were not specifically
targeting celebrities.
“If there is an increased crackdown on drugs, the
number of celebrity offenders will also rise,” he told
the Beijing Times on 14 August.


Last week, 42 artist management agencies in
Beijing 

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