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Australia The 'Hugh Jackman of China' is freed on bail to live in a $6,000/month rental with his glamorous movie star wife who moved to Sydney to support him as he fights sexual assault charges

18:56  29 june  2018
18:56  29 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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000 / month rental with his glamorous movie star wife who moved to Sydney to support him as A Chinese actor will be freed on bail after he was accused of sexual assault Yunxiang Gao has returned to his 00-a- month rental in Sydney 's North Shore

The ' Hugh Jackman of China ' accused of raping a woman in a lavish hotel room is freed on MILLION bail - and returns to his $ 6 , 000 -a- month rental . A famous

a person posing for the camera: Yunxing Gao (pictured) remains in custody over the alleged sexual assault of a female film production worker in Sydney in March© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Yunxing Gao (pictured) remains in custody over the alleged sexual assault of a female film production worker in Sydney in March A famous Chinese actor dubbed as the 'Hugh Jackman of China' will be freed on bail after he was accused of sexually assaulting a 36-year-old woman after the filming of a TV series in Sydney.

Yunxiang Gao is set to return to his $6000-a-month rental home in Sydney's North Shore and has been ordered to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and follow a strict night curfew since he was granted bail in NSW Supreme Court.

The Chinese actor appeared by video link from Silverwater Jail and said 'thank you' after he was granted bail, ABC reports.

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Chinese actor Yunxiang Gao (pictured) will be freed on bail after he was accused of sexually assaulting a 36-year-old woman after the filming of a TV series in Sydney . Yunxiang Gao is set to return to his

Xuan Dong, the wife of Chinese actor Yunxiang Gao who is also known as the ' Hugh Jackman of China ' leaves a Sydney court as she supports her husband in court as he faces sexual assault charges .

He has pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual assault in company for allegedly assaulting a woman at Sydney's Shangri-La hotel during an after party on March 27.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Gao's wife Xuan Dong (pictured) told the court she intended to live in Australia and lease a $1,500-a-week apartment with her mother-in-law until the ordeal was over© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gao's wife Xuan Dong (pictured) told the court she intended to live in Australia and lease a $1,500-a-week apartment with her mother-in-law until the ordeal was over Yunxiang Gao will return to his $6000-a-month rental home in Sydney's North Shore and has been ordered to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and follow a strict night curfew since he was granted bail in NSW Supreme Court (pictured)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Yunxiang Gao will return to his $6000-a-month rental home in Sydney's North Shore and has been ordered to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and follow a strict night curfew since he was granted bail in NSW Supreme Court (pictured)

He and his producer Jing Wang were accused of sexually assaulting the woman in the luxury hotel.

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Xuan Dong, the wife of Chinese actor Yunxiang Gao who is also known as the ' Hugh Jackman of China ' leaves a Sydney court as she supports her husband in court as he faces sexual assault charges .

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The court was told police had collected DNA evidence from the hotel room containing the actor's blood on a doona and semen on a pillow case.

The two men had been celebrating in an after party held at Red Chilli Sichuan restaurant in Chinatown followed by Gala KTV Karaoke Club after filming TV series Love in Aranya, police said at the time.

Gao's wife Xuan Dong (pictured, left), 35, sat in the front row of the NSW Supreme Court on Thursday for the bail hearing of her husband Yunxiang Gao (right)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gao's wife Xuan Dong (pictured, left), 35, sat in the front row of the NSW Supreme Court on Thursday for the bail hearing of her husband Yunxiang Gao (right) a man wearing a suit and tie: Gao (pictured) and his producer Jing Wang were accused of sexually assaulting the woman in Sydney's Shangri-La Hotel© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gao (pictured) and his producer Jing Wang were accused of sexually assaulting the woman in Sydney's Shangri-La Hotel

On Thursday Justice Lucy McCallum said knowledge of consent translated to Gao and Wang would be critically assessed at trial.

While she said the crown case on lack of consent was very strong in some respects, she admits there are concerns raised on whether the complainant communicated this lack of consent.

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An actor described as " the Hugh Jackman of China " charged with sexually assaulting a woman at a luxury Sydney hotel three months ago has been granted bail . Yunxiang Gao has been granted bail in a Sydney court.

Yunxiang Gao will reside at a 00-a- month Chatswood rental with his movie star wife , observe a nightly curfew and wear an electronic monitoring bracelet under the bail granted by Justice Lucy McCallum in the NSW Supreme Court.

Justice McCallum also questioned whether the woman went to Wang's hotel room with the knowledge that Gao would also be joining them.

The judge said CCTV from the hotel revealed times where the woman pulled away from Wang's kiss and other times when she appeared to lean into him.

Justice McCallum said her decision to grant the actor bail 'should not be taken as an expression of doubt as to [the woman's] truthfulness.'

Gao's wife and Chinese actress Xuan Dong, 35, sat in the front row of the NSW Supreme Court on Thursday for the bail hearing of her husband.

Ms Dong, who was accompanied by her daughter, 2, told the court she intended to live in Australia and lease a $1,500-a-week apartment with her mother-in-law until the ordeal was over.

The judge also expressed her fear of Gao fleeing the country because of the lack of an extradition treaty between China and Australia which is why she ordered the electronic bracelet and curfew restrictions.

'Australia has no extradition treaty with China and if he was to flee he would not be able to be brought back to Australia to face the charges,' she said.

Mr Gao remains in prison but is likely to be released on bail in one week once his electronic anklet has been fitted.

He will return to court for his trial next month.

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