Hilary Tsui, Sam Lee, and Grace Yip Victims of Drug Scandal?
Above: Hilary Tsui is one of the suspects in the celebrity drug scandal.
Kenny Wong’s (黃浩) disclosure that a group of celebrities were caught on tape taking drugs at his restaurant has fueled hot discussion as to the identities of the involved parties. The drug-taking incident is currently investigated by the Hong Kong Police department.
In October 2011, 5 celebrities gathered at Kenny Wong’s restaurant, Taiwan Yiping Huadiao Chicken, and were filmed by security cameras inside a VIP room smoking, taking pills and a powder-like substance. The 5 celebrities were apparently part of a bigger party with 23 people present that night.
Kenny affirmed, “There were people smoking and taking pills, but I am not sure if they are drugs!”
The latest reports claim that the 5 celebrities present inside the VIP room taking drugs were Eason Chan’s (陳奕迅) wife, Hilary Tsui (徐濠縈), Sam Lee (李璨琛), To Yu Fung (杜如風) and Grace Yip (葉佩雯) and her husband, Eric Kwok (郭偉亮).
The rumors broke on the day of Grace Yip and Eric Kwok’s wedding celebration on November 23. The newlyweds’ spirits were not dampened, and said that they likely offended certain people for the rumors to accuse them. Grace said, “I am not scared one bit. The news is absurd; I will not rule out seeking out a lawyer! My mother-in-law said that if I did not do it, I should sue [the tabloids]!”
Coincidentally, Steven Cheung (張致恒) posted a photo of himself at the police station last night on Instagram. With Steven’s post coinciding with the celebrity drug scandal, many fans were worried if Steven was implicated in the incident. Steven admitted that he had assisted the police with an investigation, but could not reveal the details of the case since it involved his friend. Steven wrote, “Everyone, please don’t be worried, it is not me who is involved…. I went to provide my statement, but I cannot reveal what happened.”
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