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Jaycee Chan Released From "Harsh" Chinese Prison, Apologises For Drug Use


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Jaycee Chan, Jackie Chan's son, has been freed from jail on drug charges. The 32-year-old actor was arrested in August 2014 after police found 100 grams of marijuana at his Beijing apartment.  He was immediately imprisoned but formally charged with "the crime of sheltering others to take drugs" in December 2014. He was released on Saturday (14th February) after serving his six month sentence.

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Jackie Chan's son has apologised for his drug use at a press conference in Beijing.

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Jackie Chan's Son Jaycee Issues Apology Following Release From Jail


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Jaycee Chan, the 32 year old son of action star Jackie Chan, has apologised publicly following his release from jail after serving a six month sentence on drug charges.

Jaycee ChanJaycee Chan with the director Kenneth Bi at Sundance 208 [Getty/Bryan Bedder]

Wearing a black suit, Jaycee who is also an actor, told reporters in Beijing he would now be focusing his efforts on film and music projects as well as spend more time with his mother Lin Feng-jiao.

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Jackie Chan's Son, Jaycee, Released From Prison In China After Drugs Charge


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Jaycee Chan, the son of movie star Jackie Chan, has been released from prison in Beijing, China, on early Friday morning (Feb 13th) after completing a six-month sentence on drug charges, amid the Chinese government's crackdown on illegal narcotics.

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Jackie Chan's son, Jaycee, released from prison after serving drug sentence

Jaycee was reportedly released from jail at around 3.00 a.m. after serving the required time behind bars, which took into account the months he had already served after being put in detention last August.

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Jackie Chan's Son Jaycee Chan Is Finally Charged Over Cannabis Incident


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The son of Jackie Chan, Jaycee Chan, has finally been charged for drugs offences by police in China following his arrest back in August 2014, where he was found to have a considerable amount of cannabis in his home.

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The 32-year-old was busted in Beijing when more than 100 grams of the drug were unearthed, and he has now been charged with 'the crime of sheltering others to take drugs' according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate. The news comes as further embarrassment to his movie star father,  who in 2009 was named Goodwill Ambassador for the National Anti-Drug Committee and subsequently did much humanitarian work to support the drugs education in schools.

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China Bans Tainted Celebrities from TV Screens over Drugs, Prostitution


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China has taken the severe though not altogether surprising step of banning tainted celebrities from TV and movie screens. The ban, which will see stars arrested for drugs, prostitution, etc removed from media outlets, is meant to keep the industry healthy, reports China Daily.

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The Chinese government said celebrities who break the law - like Jackie Chan's son who was arrested on drug charges this year - would not be invited to appear in programmes and broadcasts of their work would be suspended. 

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Police Story: Who Is Jaycee Chan?


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For those of you who are struggling to link Jaycee Chan to a hugely famous person who shares the same surname, Jaycee is the son of Jackie, who is probably the single most universally lauded Chinese film star, even surpassing Bruce Li as the screen master of ludicrous stunts and jaw-dropping martial arts. Jaycee has very much lived in his father’s shadow, until now.

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Jaycee Chan with the director Kenneth Bi at Sundance 208 [Getty/Bryan Bedder]

Although he has notched up over twenty film credits in his native China, Jaycee has yet to make an impact in the West to anywhere near the extent of his father. But this week, the now thirty one year-old is temporarily garnering more attention from Western media, but the reasons for such a sudden influx of interest are one that Jaycee will want to forget. Caught in possession of a sizeable quantity of marijuana, Jaycee was arrested in Bejing after a drugs bust alongside the Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko. Both tested positive for marijuana consumption and if found guilty of crimes of marijuana consumption and possession, which seem likely, the pair could even face the death sentence under Chinese law.

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Jackie Chan's 32-Year-Old Son Detained In Beijing Drugs Bust


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In case you’ve never heard of Jaycee Chan, he is the son of actor Jackie Chan. This information is crucial for understanding and caring about the following piece of news. The younger Chan has been detained in Beijing during a recent drugs bust – one of many, conducted in recent years as part of the city’s crackdown on the drug trade. He is suspected of of accommodating suspected drug users in Beijing, local police confirmed on Monday, according to The Associated Press.

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In 1911, China is under the rule of the 250 year old Qing Dynasty. However, the country has been divided due to a state of unrest and unease. Many people are starving under the rule of a seven year old emperor.

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