Nineteen days ago, Taiwan’s police authorities released a search warrant for Taiwanese heir, Justin Lee (李宗瑞), who was accused of drugging and raping several women. Justin’s sex videos involved 60 models and actresses. The police offered a monetary reward of $200,000 TWD for anyone who can provide whereabouts of Justin, who remains missing to this day. Two of Taiwan’s major triads, the United Bamboo Gang and the Four Seas Gang, were also reported to have been involved with Justin Lee’s sex scandals through blackmailing, and they are also actively pursuing information on Justin’s whereabouts.
Recently, the police received information that Justin Lee may be hiding in southern Taiwan, and that his driver had already sneaked out of Taiwan’s borders. Increased security efforts are taken by Taiwan’s Directorate General of Customs department to prevent Justin Lee from leaving the borders.
Justin Lee Gets Help from Girlfriend
In early August, the police discovered that Justin Lee had borrowed $200,000 TWD from his mother and that he may still be in hiding in southern Taiwan. The next day, Justin Lee’s girlfriend, Joyce Lai (賴慕禎), was sent in for questioning, but she claimed to have lost contact with Justin since the scandal broke out.
On August 15th, Joyce was seen walking into a motel in Taiwan’s East District in the middle of the night. When she was interrogated by the police, she denied that she was meeting with anyone and insisted that she did not have new information of Justin’s whereabouts. On August 17th, Joyce was found driving her friend’s car to Kenting in southern Taiwan and returning to the north a few hours later. Suspected of meeting with Justin Lee in the south, Joyce was brought back to the police for questioning again. Joyce and her elder sister are also under investigation for forgery charges.
Justin Lee’s Father Releases Statement
Justin Lee’s father, Lee Yue Tsang (李岳蒼), has remained silent since the outbreak of his son’s scandal. On August 20th, the former Director of Yuanta Financial Holdings finally released a press statement regarding the incident, urging his son to turn himself in to the authorities.
Lee Yue Tsang stated, “When the media reported on my son’s recent suspicion of taking indecent photographs and related offenses, I felt very uneasy and anxious. My son, Justin Lee, is now an adult, and he must be legally responsible for his own actions. I have failed in my role as a responsible father, and I deeply apologize for the negative effects that this incident has created. I solemnly urge my son to report himself to the police and face the law with courage, that he cooperates with any related judicial investigations, and that he carries out his responsibilities so this incident can be resolved soon, and everything will turn back to normal.”
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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