Lavished & spoiled, reasons behind Justin Lee's sex scandal

Updated: 2012-08-24
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Justin Lee
 Justin Lee Lived a Spoiled Life, Leading to Unhealthy Sexual Addictions
Before the Justin Lee (李宗瑞) sex scandal broke out, the 27-year-old Taiwanese socialite was already known in the entertainment circle for his lavishing spending habits and flirty behavior. According to tabloids, Justin Lee’s spoiled behavior was due to the indulgence of his mother, Shi Chin Hsiu.

Justin had taped his sexcapades with over 60 actresses and models this past year. In the tapes, 10 women reportedly appeared to be unconscious during sexual intercourse, spurring drug rape allegations. One of the women featured in the sex tapes was Taiwanese actress and model, Maggie Wu, whom the police has confirmed to be a victim a few days ago.

Justin Lee was an illegitimate child of the former Director of Taiwan’s Yuanta Financial Holdings Company, Lee Yue Tsang. When Shi Chin Hsiu met Lee Yue Tsang in Taichung, he was already married. After Justin Lee was born, Lee Yue Tsang decided to abandon Shi Chin Hsiu and their son to return to his wife. Shi Chin Hsiu brought her son to Taipei, where she worked as a public relations specialist in a hotel.

Under the alias of “Yang Hsiao Li”, Shi Chin Hsiu opened a drinking bar with a friend in Taipei. The business was very successful. They opened a second branch in another Taipei district, which also made hefty profits.

With such thriving businesses, Shi Chin Hsiu did not have enough time to care for Justin Lee. All she could offer her son was to satisfy his materialistic needs and fulfill all of his wishes. As a result, Justin Lee became very rebellious as a teenager, and often caused trouble at school.

Justin Lee’s spoiled behavior worsened when he entered college. As a result, Shi Chin Hsiu sent her son to study in the United States, hoping that Justin Lee would develop independence. However, Justin Lee’s behavior did not change and developed even bigger splurging habits, spending at least $7 million TWD per year during his stay in the United States.
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