Pop star kris Wu detained in China over rape allegation Chinese police have said they have arrested a Canadian-born Canadian man named Wu on suspicion of rape, and state media has identified him as Chinese-born pop singer Chris Wu.
Pop star kris Wu detained in China over rape allegation A police statement in Beijing’s Chawan district said late Saturday, “We are investigating allegations that a young girl is having sex with him online.
Last month, an 18-year-old Chinese student publicly accused Wu of having sex with her and other girls. Some of them were girls under the age of 18.
A student told Chinese media last month that Wu sexually seduced her after drinking alcohol at the age of 17. According to a police statement last month, U’s team invited students to their homes to appear in music videos.
Wu had previously denied the allegations and was unable to contact him immediately on Sunday.
Wu’s studio did not immediately respond to the request for comment. His law enforcement agency did not answer the phone. The Canadian Embassy in Beijing did not immediately respond to an email request for comment.
It was not immediately clear whether U was involved in the arrest of the student who filed the complaint in July.
Wu made his Hollywood debut in the 2011 science fiction movie “XXX: Return of Gender Cage” and was previously a member of the K-POP group Exor.
At least 12 brands, Porsche and Vivalgari, have cut off their ties with U after allegations of dominating social media in China.
Chinese media have pointed out that Wu’s celebrity status and foreign citizenship are unlikely to help her.
“Foreign nationality is not a talisman, and no matter how famous it is, there is no resistance. The People’s Daily, owned by the Communist Party, quoted this case in a social media post on Saturday night and who violated the law. But it will be punished by law. ”