Edison Chen caught with 16-year-old girl

3 Nov – It looks like Edison Chen has become embroiled, once again, in another sex photo scandal, this time with a girl that would be considered a minor in most countries, 16-year-old model Cammi Tse, according to the Daily Chilli website.

Recently, it was revealed that the 31-year-old had dated 16-year-old model Cammi after a photo of the couple kissing was leaked online.

Edison's ex-lover Gloria Wong was reported to have criticized the singer-actor for being "sick" and "morbid".

To that, Edison expressed, "I had mixed feelings after reading the reports. I broke up with Vincy Yang about six months ago. I felt horrible about falling out of love. When I met Cammi, I thought we could give it a try. We had just begun our relationship when [the leaking of the photo] happened. I've nothing more to say, other than I'm currently single. Thank you for your concern."

Their steamy text messages were also exposed, in which Edison begged Cammi to bring uniforms and swimming suits when she came to his house.

Cammi also admitted that she dated Edison, but had split up with him.

"I was really scared, when the matter was exposed. It came so suddenly. I still cannot accept that this is reality. All I can say is I dated him previously, but we've broken up. Thank you for your concern," the young girl said.

Cammi, whose eyes were red and swollen when interviewed by the media Tuesday evening, confirmed she had lost her cell phone and the photos were of her.

She said there were no sex or nude shots on her phone, but she hopes whoever picked it will stop circulating her photos.

It is understood that Cammi is one of the members of Fantasy, a group made up of young models, she is from Hong Kong where the legal age for consent of sexual activity is 16.

In the report an unnamed female celebrity also disclosed that Edison has a craze of buying girls underwear on the Internet.

  • How a mom stole a car in under 60 seconds 9 hours ago
    How a mom stole a car in under 60 seconds

    “I didn't steal your car but I think my mom may have. It's a long story. I'll explain, but your car is safe and sound," read the flier posted in Red Hook, Brooklyn. It’s a strange tale that began when Cheyrl Thorpe was asked by her daughter Nekisia Davis to dog sit her Pomeranian at her apartment, according to New York Magazine.

  • All-new 2015 Subaru Outback reestablishes higher ground 11 hours ago
    All-new 2015 Subaru Outback reestablishes higher ground

    Much of Subaru’s modern day success in America can be attributed to one car: the Outback. Born in 1994 as a response to the growing popularity of SUVs, the Outback established a winning formula of combining a high-riding suspension, butch body cladding and big round fog lights to its comfortable, no-nonsense Legacy wagon. It is the kind of unique product that only a quirky company like Subaru could build, and was one that kept Subaru from slipping into ubiquity even as traditional SUVs and crossovers have taken over the world.

  • Custom faux-tique electric tram aims to replace New York's horses over the neigh-sayers 12 hours ago
    Custom faux-tique electric tram aims to replace New York's horses over the neigh-sayers

    For the record, it's the year 2014. I mention that in case someone reading this story about a push to replace horses with motorized carriages thinks they've stumbled onto some archival piece by accident. It's been more than 100 years since the first vehicles began to trundle around Manhattan, but the last remaining vestiges of horse-powered transport in the city could be nigh — if the backers of a massive electric wagon get their way.

  • Singaporeans slam NEA's $120 licence requirement for tissue sellers
    Singaporeans slam NEA's $120 licence requirement for tissue sellers

    Singaporeans on social media reacted angrily to news that tissue sellers at hawker centres and street corners are being required to pay for an annual licence.

  • Heartbreaking texts from students on sinking S. Korea ferry
    Heartbreaking texts from students on sinking S. Korea ferry

    Heart-wrenching messages of fear, love and despair, sent by high school students from a sinking South Korean ferry, added extra emotional weight Thursday to a tragedy that has stunned the nation. Nearly 300 people -- most of them students on a high school trip to a holiday island -- are still missing after the ferry capsized and sank on Wednesday morning. Mom, I love you," student Shin Young-Jin said in a text to his mother that was widely circulated in the South Korean media.

  • ‘Huge’ Hindu, Buddhist statues against Islam, ex-judge says
    ‘Huge’ Hindu, Buddhist statues against Islam, ex-judge says

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 — The “huge” statues at a Hindu temple in Batu Caves and Buddhist temple in Penang are an affront to Islam as the religion forbids idolatry, a retired Court of Appeals judge...