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Gary Chaw lastest controversy

Singer Gary Chaw has stolen the limelight, for the wrong reason, again.

Slightly more than a month after he was photographed fighting kung-fu style with his buddy Justin Lo, who is also a famed singer, in Hong Kong, Chaw was alleged to have smashed a television set in the Kuala Lumpur hotel room he was staying in.

Gary fighting with Justin in Hong Kong.
The 30-year-old singer was back in Malaysia to take a break from the media attention in Hong Kong.

Nanyang Siang Pau reported that the Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur had blacklisted Chaw due to the incident.

"Exaggerated-lah" said Chaw when asked by reporters.

His manager replied: "Impossible."

The hotel authorities refused to comment, saying they have to find out if it was true.

On Sept 23, Chaw and Lo were drinking in a pub before they ended up fighting in the street.

The case is being investigated for common assault, which carries a maximum one-year jail sentence, if convicted.

Hong Kong’s Oriental Daily News had earlier reported that Chaw is likely to be bound over for good behaviour if he is charged in court.

It is understood the two singers have reached a compromise to settle the case and would request for Chaw to be bound over if the case is brought to court.

However, the order needs the consent of the police and the judge.

The fight seems to have been a big blow to Chaw’s career. He was reported to have lost an RM18.4mil contract with a recording company.

His concerts and music programmes in Hong Kong were also cancelled.

Chaw, who is out on bail, is scheduled to report to the Hong Kong police this month. - DC


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