They shouted "The law of heaven is intolerable" and condemn. They chanted "The law of heaven is intolerable" and condemned the bad behavior of the "East Weekly" media. This parade caused a sensation in the entire entertainment industry. All the stars gathered together to seek justice for one person. At the parade site, Carina Lau stood up to all support and People who have hurt themselves say: I am stronger than imagined.
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For the first time in 18 years, she spoke about her traumatic experience in April She was kidnapped by triad members and photographed naked after she refused to act in a movie the triad was involved in. I refused, so they punished me," she said.
No mention in the article of rumors about how Albert Yeung is suspected of being behind this, or even mention of rape at all. Which is odd, because supposed videos of the rape have surfaced on the internet. Someone else can do that job. She claims to not hold a grudge against the men, but no mention on if she holds a grudge against the masterminds. This article had a lot of misspellings, so I corrected a few.
In a recent interview with Chinese media, the year-old candidly answered questions about her kidnapping that took place in During the heyday of Hong Kong cinema, the highly sought-after actress had rejected a film offer and incurred the wrath of an investor with secret society links. She was later kidnapped and had nude photos forcibly taken. Fortunately, her captors only demanded ransom and did not violate her, she said. Lau thought she had put the painful experience behind her when it came back to haunt her 12 years later. The abduction was under the spotlight again in after weekly magazine East Week published Lau's nude photos. It was a difficult period for the actress who struggled whether to acknowledge she was the person pictured in the blackmail material. She eventually joined a public demonstration against unethical media practices, alongside other stars such as Jackie Chan, Leslie Cheung, and Anita Mui.