Jackie Chan’s Beijing Luxury Homes Seized and Put Up for Auction, Reports Say
Two luxury Beijing flats belonging to movie star Jackie Chan have been seized by authorities and are now being put up for sale, according to reports.
A news outlet, Qingliu Studio, reported that the two properties in Beijing where Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan and his family have lived were on the auction block as a combined lot, with a starting price of 71.9 million yuan (US$10.5 million).
The flats are located at Dongzhimen Inner Street, in a residential compound inside Beijing’s second ring road.
According to some reports, Jackie Chan may have been involved in alleged tax evasion.
Jackie Chan is an actor, director, producer, screenwriter and singer. He is best known for a variety of action roles, including Armour of God, Rush Hour, Showdown in the Bronx, and Project A.