Gillian Chung, one of several prominent Hong Kong stars caught up in a nude photo scandal, Monday apologized for the incident that has sparked arrests and a media frenzy. Gillian Chung L apologizes in her first public comments for the incident that has sparked arrests and a media frenzy. Chung, 27, previously known for her squeaky-clean image, made her eagerly awaited statement before a mass of reporters and video cameras flanked by Charlene Choi, her singing partner in the female pop duo Twins. 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 celebrity-mad Hong Kong. Edison Chen, 27, apologized last week in a video statement, and called the postings of the photographs "intentionally hurtful and malicious.
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Many local newspapers headlined the story consecutively during the first fortnight of February , relegating 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. Chen admitted being the author and copyright owner of most of the photographs, and stated that the private photographs had been stolen and published illegally without his consent. He made a public apology, especially to the women involved, and also announced that he would "step away indefinitely" from the Hong Kong entertainment industry. In November , Chen purchased a pink PowerBook personal computer, a photograph of which he published on his blog. Employees who discovered over 1, intimate photographs of Chen and numerous female celebrities may have secretly copied these files. Chen's photographs were reportedly made some time between  and
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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. Unlike Cheung - who made peace with Chen on a flight from Taipei to Hong Kong on Mother's Day in - Chung did not know how to face her former boyfriend and asked to change seats so she would not have to sit behind him, the singer was quoted as saying. According to Sing Tao Daily and Nownews website, which cited Chung's interview with a magazine that was released on Sunday, Chen noticed her on the flight out of Hong Kong but did not disturb her. Instead, he wrote his former girlfriend a long apology letter on the spot, and had someone pass it to her later. Chung was moved by Chen's sincerity, she was quoted as saying. For me, it's a comfort. The two, both 34, were in a secret relationship that was disclosed only when his X-rated photos of them in bed were leaked in She later admitted she had been with him on and off for four to five years, starting soon after she joined Emperor Entertainment Group in and became label mates with him. Chen's photos of Cheung, 34, surfaced more than a year into her marriage to actor Nicholas Tse, A year after the scandal broke, she berated Chen in an interview.
In a video statement Chen, 27, called the postings of the photographs "intentionally hurtful and malicious. Police believe the images were copied from Chen's computer when it was serviced last year. If you are still in possession of these images, I urge you to please destroy them immediately," a subdued-looking Chen added in the video. The photographs, which appear to show Chen in bed with singer Gillian Chung, along with suggestive images of actress Cecilia Cheung, were recently posted online, sparking a media frenzy in the celebrity-mad former British colony. Hong Kong police said some 1, private shots of celebrities had been stolen from a faulty personal computer. While the police gave no specific names, Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper reported the photographs belonged to Chen.