Police in China said they have restricted a 30-year-old Canadian man surnamed Wu on suspicion of submitting rape, with state media recognizing him as Chinese-imagined pop singer Kris Wu. Wu was being explored over accusations made online of “tricking little young people into taking part in sexual relations with him,” as demonstrated by a statement by police in the Chaoyang district of the Chinese capital Beijing.
Wu was transparently upbraided last month by a 18-year-old Chinese understudy of activating her and distinctive youngsters, some of them more youthful than 18, to engage in sexual relations with him. The understudy uncovered to Chinese media last month that Wu had drawn in her into having sex when she was 17 ensuing to handling her with liquor. A police statement last month said the understudy was invited by Wu’s gathering to his home for casting in music accounts. Wu has as of late denied the charge and was not immediately contactable on Sunday.
Wu’s studio didn’t immediately respond to a sales for comment. His law firm didn’t answer calls. The Canadian worldwide place of refuge in Beijing didn’t immediately respond to an informed demand for comment. It was not immediately certain whether Wu’s catch was associated with the understudy who made the accusations in July. Wu made his Hollywood show in the 2017 sci-fi film ‘XXX: Return of Xander Cage’ and was at that point a person from K-pop assembling EXO.
Somewhere near twelve brands including Porsche and Bvlgari had cut ties with Wu after the claim, which have caused a social media storm in China. Chinese state media have shown that Wu’s celebrity status and foreign citizenship are most likely not going to help his case. “Foreign nationality isn’t a talisman, paying little mind to how notable he is, there is no immunity. Whoever abuses the law will be repelled by law,” said the Communist Party-guaranteed People’s Daily on a social media posting on Saturday evening that insinuated the case.