He also mentioned the plans to distributed 1 million yuan, the money collected from donations to various stricken areas. During the event, tourists from Russia who rarely get to see their idol Jackie Chan wanted to have their pictures taken with him. One by one they rushed up to Jacky to have their photos taken causing a delay in the precedings. Before the reporters even asked him about the nude photos scandal, he said on his own accord:.
Chen: Sex photo scandal 'an accident'
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Many local newspapers headlined the story consecutively during the first fortnight of February , relegating coverage of the Chinese winter storms to secondary prominence during Chinese New Year. In a crackdown which itself became a controversial item, the Hong Kong police enlisted the assistance of Interpol to stem the spread of the photographs. The police crackdown raised questions over violations of the privacy and free speech rights of Internet users. Chen admitted being the author and copyright owner of most of the photographs, and stated that the private photographs had been stolen and published illegally without his consent. He made a public apology, especially to the women involved, and also announced that he would "step away indefinitely" from the Hong Kong entertainment industry.
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In a documentary which aired on Monday on web magazine Vice China, he also hit out at people who had criticised him following the scandal, in which stolen pictures of celebrities such as Cecilia Cheung leaked onto the Internet. I would reply that I would not change a thing," he said in the first of the three-part documentary which shows him at work in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Beijing, Tokyo and Shanghai. Although some unhappy things had happened, I did not do them deliberately and I had no evil intent. This was an accident.