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Kai Ko Arrested for Illegal Drug Use in Beijing
   2014-08-18 20:51:14    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Shi

Kai Ko's photo in the movie You are the Apple of My Eyes [photo:ent.sina.com.cn]

Chinese actor Kai Ko has allegedly been detained in Beijing for illegal drug use.

Ko who rose to fame for his role in "You Are the Apple of My Eye" was on holiday in the Chinese capital at the time.

Rumors of him taking the illegal substances went viral on China's social Media.

The thread said Jaycee Chan - son of actor Jackie Chan - was also present at the scene.

Ko Kai follows a string of celebrities who had been arrested on drug charges in China recently.

These include director Zhang Yuan, playwright Ning Caishen, and actor Zhang Mo.

Celebrities who are caught taking drugs will now struggle with work.

As of last week 42 major agencies in Beijing signed an agreement to boycott drug users.

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