Jaycee the poor little rich boy
All his life, Jaycee, son of superstar Jackie Chan, has had to worry about how his actions will affect his dad's reputation
Published on Aug 24, 2014 1:00 PM
In Chinese police video footage of a recent night in Beijing, a man, whose face is pixelated and who is sitting in a small office, nods as he is shown a urine sample.
"I'm sorry," he says, after he is informed of his positive test result for marijuana.
Later in the video, an anti-narcotics officer says of the man: "The first time I saw him, to tell the truth, I could see he was cultured. From his eyes, I could feel he was more regretful."
It is a classic Jaycee Chan moment. Wherever the actor finds himself, it seems that he always has to play the part of action superstar Jackie Chan's well-brought-up son.
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"'Why are you crying?' I asked. 'Because I've already lost my husband to this profession,' she said."
JACKIE CHAN on his wife Lin Feng-jiao weeping when a teenage Jaycee said he wanted to be an entertainer