But the thing is--I bet ordinary girls get this as well. There's tons of pervs who put spy cameras into change rooms. The only thing is that their pics will get posted online or sold on porn magainzes as opposed to being put on headline editions of magazines. So I guess it's a pro and con situation if ordinary girls--one thing, they won't get as many ppl looking at their private pics, but then again, no one really cares that much about it, and I doubt the police would care at all. They probably wouldn't even get 1/2 of the "justice" that Gillian is getting (which isn't really justice either).
But yeah, I think she needs to be a bit stronger. Of course, it's easy for us to say since we're not in the situation, but as a star, you have to cope with all sorts of situations. It's nice that her friends are being supportive, but she needs to strengthen up too. What if something horrible, i.e. Carina's case, god forbid, happened to her? They really do need a higher threshold of taking in ** that is thrown at them and dealing with it.
Oh yeah, isn't Carina still acting/in the business now even after the incident? Not sure if Infernal Affairs was after or not...but that woman has some real guts.
I have one last thing to add--I've seen tons of these things in Western media with National Enquirer etc, but the public doesn't complain as much. I guess maybe Western men are more pervertive lol and enjoy seeing actresses w/ very little on or whatever, but the issue doesn't blow up as much.
I think the whole deal with the issue is that it's GILLIAN CHUNG--the ultimate image of an "innocent girl" revealed, and that's what really outrages everyone. If it was someone who's exposing a sexy image, i.e. Queenie Chu or Lin Zhi Ling, there wouldn't be such an uproar, even if the act itself was the same.