Jackie Chan’s Son Jaycee Following Six Month Jail Term Gives Apology

Jackie Chan‘s son has apologized following jail release. Chan is a Hong Kong actor and martial artist and the on of Shanghai Noon star, Jaycee Chan not just apologized he is also asking for a second chance, time spent in jail was six months and the reason why is because the thirty two year old was present when other people used marijuana in his apartment. Also on Saturday during a news conference, what he is now going to do is rededicating himself to his family and entertainment business career. Now his thoughts are excuses there are none that got him arrested in August with Taiwan actor Kai Ko and others.

Speaking softly and wearing a dark-coloured suit,

the 32-year-old entertainer told reporters in Beijing he would dedicate his energy toward film and music projects and spend more time with his distraught mother.

“As a public figure, this incident has had a negative impact on society, disappointed people who supported me, and caused losses for people who have worked with me,” said Chan, who extended a deep bow of apology before and after his remarks.

On Aug 14, 2014, Beijing police arrested Jaycee and Taiwan movie Ko, who were both tested positive for marijuana and admitted to having used the drug. Police discovered 117.7 grams of marijuana in a bedroom at Jaycee’s house.

Ko was released after 14 days detention. Jaycee was sentenced to six months in prison and fined 2,000 yuan (US$326) for drug offenses by the Dongcheng District People’s Court in Beijing on Jan 9.

Chan’s saga has captivated the Chinese public partly because his father was named an anti-drug ambassador in 2009. The younger Chan said his father didn’t attempt to use his influence to lessen his sentence.

More about Jackie Chan, he is a provider of financial assistance to schools and universities around the world, he is a UNICEF GoodWill Ambassador, other things he has done is lobby against animal abuse and pollution and lent a helping hand in the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami disaster relief efforts.

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