Justin Lee faces term in jail as women press charges

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4 Sept - Arrested Taiwanese socialite Justin Lee could face a term of up to 30 years in prison for his sexual crimes, as his sex videos and photographs continue to circulate widely online.

According to Jayne Stars, 10 of the women who were caught in his sex scandal have pressed charges against him for drugging, raping and recording them in the act, although the socialite has maintained that all of his partners were consensual.

If found guilty of his crimes, Justin could possibly face a term of 30 years in prison, even though he turned himself in after police and the triad were searching for him for nearly a month.

Meanwhile, videos and photographs of Justin's exploits with 60 women, including model Maggie Wu, have continued to spread like wildfire on adult Internet forums. It is estimated that there were 176 photos and 93 videos that were leaked online, and the Taiwanese police have been heavily criticized as being the suspected source of the leak.

The police stated that they have begun an internal investigation on the source of the videos, which has been distributed to foreign website that makes it difficult to track its IP address. They also assured that Justin would be kept in safe custody, as it is believed that members of the triad are looking for him, when victims of the scandal approached them to prevent the videos from surfacing.

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