Former C-star Wu Yi Fan Sentenced by Beijing Court to 13 Years in Jail for Rape After His August 2021 Arrest

The verdict is out and there is no special treatment for celebrities in the strict Chinese penal system. Disgraced Canadian-Chinese star Wu Yi Fan (also known as Kris Wu) has been sentenced by the Beijing court to a total of 13 years in jail today after his trial earlier this year in June. This follows his arrest last August 2021 when an internet gravure girl named Du Mei Zhu went public with his various crimes – the most serious being selecting young women for sex and rape. After his arrest all his online presence has been scrubbed and his movies/dramas taken down from streaming. The prison sentence includes 11.5 years for rape and 1.5 years for group sexual misconduct. The sentence also includes expulsion from the country so he will be deported to Canada after serving his sentence as he’s a Canadian citizen. Thus concludes the astronomical rise and even more swift and serious fall of Wu Yi Fan in less than 10 years in the industry.

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C-ent Reports that the Court Has Frozen All Assets of Disgraced C-actor Wu Yi Fan as He Awaits Sentencing on Rape Allegations as Rumors Swirl that He’s Been Spotted in LA

Everyone is supposed to have at least two facetwins out there so maybe this is one of them for C-actor Wu Yi Fan (Kris Wu). This week two pictures have been circulated in the gossip webs showing a man from … Continue reading

All of Wu Yi Fan’s Movies, Variety Shows, MVs, and Videos Removed From All Chinese Streaming Sites After His Arrest, Fans of Zhang Zhe Han’s Dramas Scrambling to Download Before His Are Deleted

It’s funny that international viewers can enjoy Chinese entertainment and the forget that it’s still a one party communist country where any perceived freedom of expression is a leeway and not a right. The social contract that binds each person … Continue reading

Wu Yi Fan Investigation Broadens to Include Same Allegations in Los Angeles and Multiple C-stars Rush to Distance Themselves From Rumors of Involvement

The Chinese-speaking publications continue to follow closely the Wu Yi Fan (Kris Wu) detention and investigation into rape and drugging young women in China. Now a lawyer in Los Angeles confirmed that a woman in LA has also lodged the … Continue reading

Chinese Authority Harsh Legal Response to Wu Yi Fan’s Rape and Drug Distribution Investigation Heralds Using Him as a Warning to the Public to Not Idolize Stars

I still remember the shock of watching China’s top #1 actress and star Fan Bing Bing fall from grace three years ago in 2018 disappear suddenly and then re-emerge months later admitting and apologizing for large scale tax evasion from … Continue reading

C-drama Adaptation of The Golden Hairpin Costing Over $45 Million USD in Production Costs Currently Banned From Airing After Male Lead Wu Yi Fan is Detained on Suspicion of Rape and Drug Distribution

This may be a blessing in disguise in terms of timing, and honestly the sooner Wu Yi Fan is exposed and locked away the better as well. Upcoming C-drama adaptation of The Golden Hairpin (青簪行) based on the novel Recordings … Continue reading

Severity of Criminal Investigation Escalates in Wu Yi Fan Detention as Chinese Police Reveals He’s Also Suspected of Drug Distribution

The involvement of the Chinese police into Wu Yi Fan‘s life has really thrust recent allegations of his criminal sexual misconduct in his personal life into an official spotlight. It’s no longer he said-she said, though there were a lot … Continue reading

Highly Anticipated C-drama Adaptation of The Golden Hairpin Likely Gets Delayed Due to Scandal Around Kris Wu Cheating on Multiple Women

Remember Mainland China has tons of censorship rights and requirements on its stars to be upstanding role models for the public? Yeah, that’s going to now bite one more misbehaving loutish star in the arse AND cause drama viewers frustration … Continue reading

C-stars Out En Masse in Beijing at 17th Annual China Film Huabiao Awards

The temperature majorly dipped in Beijing and despite the real and also politically frigid temperatures roaring through C-ent it appeared nearly all the stars were out to attend the 17th annual China Film Huaobiao Awards. The ladies walked the red … Continue reading

China Tax Authority Summons 17 Top Stars to Meeting with mid-December Deadline to Repay Owed Taxes

The list is out and there are 17 names on it. The good news is that if a star’s name is on it that means said star is an A-lister and one of the top earners in C-ent. The bad … Continue reading