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Jackie Chan’s ex-mistress accuses their daughter of stealing items worth $35,000 from her home

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Jackie Chan’s former mistress Elaine Ng has accused their daughter Etta of stealing clothes, jewellery, and a guitar reportedly worth $35,000 worth of items from their Hong Kong home.

According to the Chinese daily, Elaine discovered that the items were missing when she returned home and called the police. The police subsequently concluded that the supposed burglary could have been an “inside job” since there were no signs of forced entry.

Etta, on the other hand, claims that she had told her mother she would be taking the items.

When approached by reporters on Monday, Etta first declined comment before having a change of heart. She then told the media that she had notified her mother that she would be taking some clothes from the house.

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When Elaine was not present at home, the 18-year-old proceeded to enter the house and retrieve the items. She admitted to taking her mother’s guitar, as well.

Etta – who was with her girlfriend, social media influencer Andi Autumn, while she was giving a statement to the media – expressed confusion over why her mother called the police over the matter. She insisted that she only retrieved her clothes and the guitar.

(L-R: Elaine Ng, Andi Autumn, Etta)

 

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