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Australia Chinese star not guilty of Sydney rape

05:25  19 march  2020
05:25  19 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A Chinese movie star and his producer friend have pleaded not guilty to raping a woman in a luxury Sydney hotel. Actor Gao Yunxiang and producer Wang Jing pleaded not guilty in Sydney 's Downing Centre District Court on Friday to sexually assaulting a woman multiple times at the

The film and TV star and the producer Jing Wang have pleaded not guilty to rape and indecent assault charges.

Yunxiang Gao arrives at the Downing Centre District Court in Sydney, Monday, March 2, 2020. Yunxiang Gao is accused of sexually assaulting a woman multiple times at the luxury Shangri-La hotel in 2018. © AAP Image/James Gourley Yunxiang Gao arrives at the Downing Centre District Court in Sydney, Monday, March 2, 2020. Yunxiang Gao is accused of sexually assaulting a woman multiple times at the luxury Shangri-La hotel in 2018. A Chinese movie star and producer have been found not guilty of raping a woman inside a Sydney hotel room.

A jury on Thursday found actor Yunxiang Gao and producer Jing Wang not guilty of sexually assaulting the woman at the Shangri-La Hotel in March 2018.

Mr Gao, once described as the "Chinese Hugh Jackman", was acquitted of five counts of sexual assault and two counts of indecent assault.

Mr Wang was found not guilty of sexual intercourse without consent, five counts of sexual assault, two counts of indecent assault and two counts of attempted sexual assault.

A jury last year failed to reach a verdict in the matter, but the pair were found not guilty in a retrial.

Five men guilty, 79 years' jail over two tonnes of drugs worth $1 billion .
From 13 years to 20 years - the last of five men guilty over their role in one of Australia's largest drug importations has been sentenced.Between them, the five men received a total of 79 years for their roles in attempting to import two tonnes of ice and ecstasy worth around $1 billion that was intercepted by police in a container containing household goods from Germany in November 2014.

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