Lin Wei Ching Walks Free After Forcing 1,000 Girls into Prostitution
Millionaire Taiwanese singer, Lin Wei Ching (林威成), with multiple criminal charges of drug rape and forced prostitution, is now back on the streets.
Taiwanese singer, Lin Wei Ching, was arrested several times in the past. He was previously accused of drug rape, forcing girls into prostitution, and running prostitution hotels. It is reported that Lin’s sex crimes involved more than 1,000 female victims.
Although the Taiwan police conducted a thorough investigation which led to Lin’s arrest, the district court of Kaohsiung allowed him go on bail several months later. Lin has resumed operating his love hotels, nightclubs, and karaoke bars. Lin reportedly continued his sexual assault spree, while forcing young girls into prostitution.
Lin Wei Ching Made Millions from Sex Operations
Dubbed as the “King of Sex Hotels,” Lin Wei Ching was a construction worker and later became a singer. Releasing one music album, Lin attracted a following with his grassroots background. After a brief stint in music, the singer-turned-investor went on to make more than $100 million RMB from investing in hotels.
However, with Lin’s involvement in drugs and gambling, Lin quickly racked up large financial debts. In order to pay back his debt, Lin reported resorted to using drugs to manipulate girls into prostitution for him.
Used Drugs for Forced Prostitution
In his prime, Lin owned drug hotels all over Taiwan. Not only did he tempt young girls with drugs so they would work for him as prostitutes, he reportedly even used date rape drugs to knock them unconscious and sexually assault them.
Lin even outrageously drugged and raped his best friend’s wife, and blackmailed her later with pictures so he could continue to sexually assault her. The couple ended up in a divorce, according to Taiwan reports.
Lin allegedly practiced gang rape with his hotel staff or shareholders, after drugging targeted female victims. The entire scene would be recorded and uploaded online. On one occasion, a mother of an underage victim reportedly showed up looking for her daughter, and both the mother and the daughter were drugged and raped.
Taiwan authorities launched multiple investigations revolving around Lin, but he was able to side-step them, while continuing to expand his profitable sex businesses.
As to why the court would release Lin on bail—allowing him to commit new crimes—authorities only sighed and said, “We have a daughter too. He was arrested again and again, yet the courts still believed in his pleads and allow him to leave. Maybe things will change if their relatives get hurt; only then they will feel the pain and perhaps do the right thing.”
This article is written by Lance for JayneStars.com.
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