Drug Update: Kai Ko’s Urine Test Results are Negative

By on September 6, 2014 in NEWS

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Taiwanese actor Kai Ko (柯震東), who was arrested for marijuana on August 14 in Beijing, was tested negative for drugs in his urine test.

On August 14, Jackie Chan‘s (成龍) son Jaycee Chan (房祖名), Kai, and more celebrities were busted for marijuana offenses in Beijing. Kai was detained for 15 days, while Jaycee is still held in detention for his drug possession.

On September 1, Kai arrived in Taiwan to attend a court hearing at the Taipei prosecutor’s office. At the court inquiry, the 23-year-old was asked to provide a urine sample and eight hair follicles for cannabis drug testing.

According to reports released on September 5, Kai was tested negative for drugs in his urine test. However, hair testing provides a more thorough measurement and it will be able to detect if Kai was a long-term drug user. Results for Kai’s hair test will be available next week at the earliest, and Kai may have to return to court.

If Kai is tested positive, he will be sent to a drug rehabilitation center for two months and receive drug abuse treatment for an entire year. Kai has requested to go into rehab at his own expense.

Meanwhile Jaycee Chan, who admitted to using marijuana for eight years, is still detained by Beijing authorities. Since the police seized more than 110 grams of marijuana at Jaycee’s residence, he may face a prison sentence ranging from three to five years according to Mainland law.

Source: Ming Pao

 

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

12 comments to Drug Update: Kai Ko’s Urine Test Results are Negative

  1. Funn Lim says:

    Let’s assume the hair also is negative. And then what? BEcause he already confessed, tears and all. So we all know he is a drug or marijuana user even if the tests were negative. MAybe he should not have confessed and cried until the tests are confirmed.

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    • Jamieyap replied:

      A twist to the story lol

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    • kiwi replied:

      LOL!

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    • hohliu replied:

      It may be better to confess. He is dealing with China authority. If he did not confess, he may be given much tougher sentences. The Chinese law is not transparent.

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  2. rin says:

    Hope this mistake make him a better man

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    • Cheung Wing Hong replied:

      What mistake? His only fault was getting caught.

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    • Cheung Wing Hong replied:

      Should add though if he is on marijuana, he should quit. Any drug is good for you. However he’s getting treated like he has the Scarlet letter tattooed on his forehead.

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  3. pak says:

    Hope he will get recover from drug in rehab.

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  4. vinny says:

    drug rehab…for marijuana?

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    • Cheung Wing Hong replied:

      Seriously. He should come to a rehab in Canada. They would tell him to GTFO.

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  5. Theresa says:

    Mistake is still a mistake regardless of the seriousness. Hope he will truthly learn from his mistake and set his path straight. Also, learn to distinguish “constructive” and “destructive” friends.

    Make a wise choice. Life is like a chess board. No reverse move is allowed.

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  6. kc says:

    Story twisted.. All about the money money money

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