The Taiwanese entertainment industry is in an uproar since Mickey Huang (黃子佼) was accused of forcibly kissing a 17-year-old girl and taking topless photos of her. He filmed a video admitting to this, while also deciding to expose other celebrities’ controversial behaviors. Mickey felt traumatized that the celebrities he mentioned could continue living unaffected by all their wrongdoings.
In his original video clip which was later deleted, Mickey accused Dee Hsu (徐熙娣), Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛) and her husband DJ Koo for drug use and stated that he was forced into using them by the couple. He claimed that 21 years ago, Dee hosted a drug party at her home. Paparazzi had taken pictures catching them in the act, but the story was never publicly exposed.
After a period of silence, Dee and Barbie made an announcement at the same time on Facebook. “We feel regret for the false accusations that Mr. Mickey Huang made in a moment of emotional instability and before he succumbed to self harm. Regarding allegations that Next Magazine had taken pictures of a drug party, this is false as Dee was not in attendance. In 2004, the court had already ruled that Next Magazine had lost the lawsuit and restored Dee’s innocence through the legal process. In 2009, DJ Koo had sued the South Korean media and had held a press conference to clarify that he does not use drugs. Please do not continue to accuse him of using drugs just because his work is often in night clubs.”
Dee’s team emphasized that she has a heart condition and cannot use or be in contact with drugs. Taking into consideration the many years of friendship with Mickey and the fact that he is currently in the hospital, she will reserve the right to legal recourse against all false accusations.
Her message ended with asking Mickey to take care of his health, “Your wife and children are still young. Life still has many things to look forward to. Please put your family first and get well soon.”
This article is written by Kiki for JayneStars.com.