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Entertainment Accused of rape, the Chinese Superstar Kris Wu was arrested

04:50  01 august  2021
04:50  01 august  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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the media storm is not ready to fade. The singer and a Canadian actor of Chinese origin Kris Wu, an immense popular pop music star in China, was arrested under the hint of having committed a rape , announces Saturday the Chinese police. Kris Wu was charged last week by a 19-year-old Chinese student to have raped her when she was 17 years old.

These charges have triggered a wave of reprobation on Chinese social networks, and the major brands of the luxury sector have broken the contracts they had with the star. "Wu Yifan, 30, Canadian nationality, is now held for criminal offenses in accordance with the law by the Beijing Police Chaoyang branch under the hint of rape," said the police on the police. Chinese social network Weibo, citing the Chinese name of Kris Wu.

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Kris Wu disputes the charges

The police indicated that they have opened an investigation after Internet users accused it "to have deceived many times young women to Have (with them) sexual relations ". Canadian of Chinese origin, Kris Wu is an ex-member of the Sino-Korean group Exo. He had left the group in 2014 to embark on a solo career as an actor, singer, manikin and referee of variety shows. Ambassador of Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Lancôme or L'Oréal, his face is omnipresent in advertisements in China.

The student, Meizhu, accused the Pop singer of violating him during an in love appointment when she was 17 years old. She had set her an ultimatum, asking her to leave the world of the show and apologize, otherwise it would give details on the aggression in question. Kris Wu rejected all these charges.

Following the outcake triggered by this scandal, brands like Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Oreal and Porsche suspended last week their partnership with the singer. His lawyers have launched a lawsuit against Meizhu for defamation, while the student has his side declared prosecution of Wu.

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