Did Victim Have Consensual Sex with Gavin Gao? Angry Husband Called Cops

By on June 29, 2018 in NEWS

Did Victim Have Consensual Sex with Gavin Gao? Angry Husband Called Cops

In the trial hearing for Gavin Gao‘s (高雲翔) assault case in Sydney today, defense lawyers are trying to prove that the sex was consensual after all. The alleged victim, a 36-year-old Chinese-Australian woman who worked on the Love in Aranya <阿那亞戀情>  filming set, was said to have been highly interested in the Mainland Chinese actor. After they had intercourse inside a hotel room, the woman tried to hide it from her husband. Outraged by what happened, it was the husband who had called the police, resulting in Gavin’s arrest.

In March, Gavin, along with Wang Jing (王晶) were charged for sexually assaulting the woman inside a Shangri-La Hotel room in Sydney. Wang had led the woman to the hotel room, where Gavin was waiting inside. Gavin’s DNA was found in blood and semen stains on the hotel pillowcase.

Gavin’s defense lawyer, John Korn, provided CCTV footage to prove that the woman carried a flirtatious air with Wang Jing. Witnesses saw that the pair behaved intimately over dinner. Wang Jing and the woman also shared a passionate five-minute kiss at a karaoke bar hours before the alleged sexual attack. The woman did not resist the kiss.

The defense also pointed out that the woman had several chances to go home, but chose to remain in Wang Jing’s company. After the karaoke gathering concluded, video footage clearly showed that the woman told the filming crew’s car to not wait for her, while also canceling the car service she had called.

The woman’s testimony revealed that she agreed to go to Wang Jing’s hotel room because she knew Gavin was there and wanted to interact with him.

It was apparent that Gavin’s defense lawyer had gathered strong evidence in applying for bail this time, after the initial application was rejected. However, the trial proceedings were handled very cautiously due to the high-profile nature of the case. Justice Lucy McCullum will announce the decision on bail application tomorrow at 2 p.m.

Source: Sina

This article is written by Jayne for JayneStars.com.

25 comments to Did Victim Have Consensual Sex with Gavin Gao? Angry Husband Called Cops

  1. mangotango says:

    LOL.. Now they imply woman was willing and hubbie was angry and forced wifey to report to police.

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    • littlefish replied:

      @mangotango it does sound bad 🙁 I just hope that if they did do it, they are not getting away with it.

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    • msxie0714 replied:

      @mangotango

      the above article implies she was the aggressor who was ‘highly interested’ in Gao.

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  2. m0m0 says:

    if sex was consensual then worst is just infidelity? but then, guy’s career is still ruined and so would his marriage. so unlucky, out of all the men in show biz who cheated on their wives, he’s having run-ins with western law….

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    • jimmyszeto replied:

      @m0m0
      I wouldn’t say he was unlucky. If he there was no doubt it was just infidelity he would have walked free by now. I think he would shake your hands off if you offered him a ruined career and marriage now….

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      • m0m0 replied:

        @jimmyszeto
        walk out free beats a time in jail for rape.

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    • tsukki replied:

      @m0m0 why you guys assuming is infidelity? Maybe he is in an open relationship

      @jimmyszeto Any woman that scream rape true or not as long as she accuse him of it they are treating him as a criminal until they are proven innocent even than people will still assume he is still guilty. People has no tolerance for sexual assault

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    • msxie0714 replied:

      @m0m0
      in the meantime, Eric Tsang is still free and loose.

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  3. mangotango says:

    Women’s rights are stronger in western countries. If this happened in China or even Asia, all fingers will point to the woman. Consent of sex and being friendly with the accused are two different issues. The most damning evidence are the bruises on the woman’s thighs and feet as reported earlier (if the report is true). Yes, I agree that the police surely will not detain them if there are no strong evidence of assault so I assume the bruises are true unless they blamed self infliction.

    As a woman, I find the constant use of ‘consensus’ in these type of cases an insult to my privacy and right as a woman. Women are blamed to invite rape because of their dressing, the jobs etc etc. Just because one is prostitute does it mean she has no right to reject a client? Just because one likes to wear sexy clothes does it mean she has no right to say no to men? I remember watching this movie, LIPSTICK many years ago where a model was raped and stalked by her younger sister’s psycho teacher. She lost the case because the defendant claimed she was friendly to the psycho and she was a bikini model. The ending … the psycho teacher raped her younger sister to take it out on her. She snapped and shot the psycho.

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    • msxie0714 replied:

      @mangotango
      women’s rights weren’t strong until recent years in USA, otherwise sexually harassed women wouldn’t have waited decades to report their victimization by powerful men.

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      • mangotango replied:

        @msxie0714 Yes indeed. The movie LIPSTICK is more than 30 years ago. LOL.

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    • terrycrews19 replied:

      @mangotango

      a bit of an assumption that “strong evidence of assault” was why the police decided to press charges.

      plenty of cases have gone to trial with very weak evidence, and the accused found to be innocent later.

      even if evidence was extremely weak, it would be likely the police would move to prosecute to prevent him from leaving the country.

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  4. sabrina says:

    How come my comment was mark as SPAM and removed after I edited it? I tried to post it again like 2 times after it said marked as SPAM, but it was no where in here. -.-

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  5. mangotango says:

    Latest report that Gsvin is granted bail with deposit of 3M$ (Aussie dollars?). Conditions appear to include wearing electronic trackers, wifey and daughter’s passport taken by police, report to police station twice a day, I think they are allowed to live or go near airport too.

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    • mangotango replied:

      Not allowed to live near airports.

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  6. jjwong says:

    While I wait for my long winded comment to get approve, I’ve one question. Shouldn’t this be debunk immediately whhen someone looks into police report whether the wife or the husband called or filed the report? Article claimed the defendant claimed the husband did…

    @jayne please review and publish my other comment. Let me know what is or if anything is inappropriate, I’ll fix. TIA.

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  7. jjwong says:

    One, just because a woman is friendly and flirtatious, it doesn’t mean she wants se x. If she leads you on and then says no thanks, she’s a “female dog” but that doesn’t mean you can force her into the act.

    Two, a woman should not call rape afterward because she regrets in the morning either. For those who do that, they’re double “female dog” because one, you reap what you sow; and two, you do other women, real rape victims a disservice.

    Three, we’re in this era of guilty until proven innocence is scary af. Social justice warriors ruin life, career and reputation before a trail is even given. Good thing they don’t have power to actually punish someone in the name of laws. Phew.

    With that said, I still support the #metoo movement. Even if there are double-b in point two above and side effects of point three above, it’s still a platform and venue for actual victims to speak out, get support and closures. Idk the statistic between real victims vs liars, even if it’s just one real, I still think it’s worth it. Because remember, the movement has no legality against/support. It’s still must be presented, judged and sentenced in a court of law.

    Back to the article, refer to my point one above. Hypothetically, what if she wanted intercourse with GG and then WJ butted in for a 3some which made her have second thought but they forced her into anyways? It’s still rape. That’s pretty lame (her husband is jaded and wants to sue) and weak (she asked foe it) defense IMO.

    BTW, I used woman vs man as victim vs accused, respectively but it doesn’t mean I don’t believe the roles cannot be reversed.

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    • sabrina replied:

      @jjwong I agree with most of what you said. Many women are using the #metoo movement to their advantage, exploit it. A bad date/sex is not sexual assault. And I just want to say alittle about the part where a woman can play it through until they are going to have sex and she changed her mind. The guy may not really think her no means NO. You know like when he’s going to penetrate her and she decided not to have sex. The guy probably think she’s playing to get the mood on. As women, we should be really clear and careful of what we want and don’t want and our own safety. The case in this article is probably like what you said that the woman wanted to have sex with that guy Gavin. But there are CCTV that showed she was kissing and hugging that WongJi guy too. I guess they did plan to have a 3some but something went wrong.

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      • jjwong replied:

        @sabrina The whole “no doesn’t really mean no” is a slippery slope. 1) I believe for the sake of humanity, women need to stop doing it and men need to stop assuming it. “It” as in no means maybe or even yes BS. Then, maybe then, we can be real where a no is a no. 2) If “it” is used for foreplay, then it needs to be confirm. A simple affirmation “do you really mean no” or “I don’t want se x” would suffice. Like you said, we (both women and men) need to be clear and careful because there are negative consequences on and for both sides.

        You could be right; she might be on the 3some all along but she chickened out the last minute. I honestly don’t have a judgement for either side. I simply don’t know or follow the case enough. I just wanted to comment that:

        flirtatious =/= free se x in a general sense. It’s just not…

        PS Why is there no news on WJ guy btw? What’s his lawyer is saying? Didn’t GG originally claim he was only a bystander and watched? Also, couldn’t they look at police report to see who reported the crime since the article claimed the husband called it in?

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      • sabrina replied:

        @jjwong That is also what I wanted to know about that other guy. And I think if police dig deeper into the case, there might be even some dirtier evidence. As we all know, the entertainment industry is not clean. So, this might not be the first time they did it.

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  8. mangotango says:

    The whole ‘drama’ is bizarre. The first impression was Gavin was the bystander and now WJ is bystander. With snippets of information, theories and assumptions abound. LOL.

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  9. littlefish says:

    Just read on another site, on the paper, it’s said that the reason why GG was in the room was because WJ called GG to his room. After that, he then kissed the victim, then proceed to the bed. However, the victim claimed each of them held her legs, throw her into the bed while she struggled to free herself from them, hence the injury on her leg.

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