Canadian-born, Hong-Kong based actor and singer Edison Chen is in court against a computer technician after explicit nude photos of him and several starlets were posted on the Internet. Chen believed he had erased the files by putting them into the trash before the machine was handed over for repairs. Chen went on voluntary hiatus career after the scandal broke in early , media reports that it halted careers of several of the women involved. No matter if you have nude starlets or bad poetry or bank info on your Mac, this is about as nightmare as it gets. To clean out an old MacBook to give to a friend recently, I tried out permanent eraser and until the Internet proves me wrong it seemed to do the trick…. Convert almost any surface into an adjustable standing desk [Deals].
Posted by alvinology Feb 17, dirty old man Sunday Times did a full page write-up about them today. Relationship: The former singer-actress is now the fiancee of businessman, Phillip King. She was linked to Edison from to Her wedding was said to be in the rock after the scandal broke, but was saved when she flew to America to pacify her beau. Relationship: Wife of singer, Nicholas Tse. She is a well-known actress in the Chinese entertainment scene and was linked to Edison in
Posted by alvinology Feb 17, dirty old man Sunday Times did a full page write-up about them today. Relationship: The former singer-actress is now the fiancee of businessman, Phillip King.
A computer technician will be jailed for stealing sexually explicit photos of Canto pop icon Edison Chen Koon-hei that were distributed on the Internet. A Hong Kong court yesterday found Dicky Sze Ho-chun, 24, guilty on three counts of obtaining access to a computer with a view to making a dishonest gain. The images showed Chen engaged in lewd sex acts with a string of female celebrities, including Cecilia Cheung and Gillian Chung. The scandal destroyed Chen's entertainment career in Hong Kong, forcing him to take early retirement from the local industry. Chief Magistrate Tong Man told Sze that a jail sentence was inevitable due to the seriousness of the crime.