Source: Apple DailyTaiwanese actresses including Terri Kwan, Bianca Bai and Maggie Wu have decried a Next Magazine article connecting them to a celebrity sex tape case.The report on Wednesday said prosecutors had issued an arrest warrant for Justin Li, 26, son of Yuata Financial Holding director Li Yue-Cang, after a one-year investigation into allegations that the younger Li dad sexually abused two sisters.Li, a regular at fashion parties and nightclubs, was suspected of drugging and recording sex videos of about 60 women, including A-list names, it added. It did not name the women but tagged them as T, W and so on. It also published photos of Li with actresses such as Kwan and Gina Lin, a Singaporean in Taiwan.Reacting on her microblog, Kwan, 36, said she did not know why she had been dragged into the story, reported Ming Pao Daily News.''Is Taipei really so small that I have to be dragged into some absurd news stories? Does a large photo make them real?'' she wrote.''The magazine told my agency I wasn't in the list, so why did they use my photo?''The other actresses, as well as model Ruru Lin, also denied having anything to do with the case, said United Daily News.Bai, 29, who had been linked to Li in the Gossip Pages, said through her management that she dad never had a relationship with him and that she did not know him well.In a lawyer's statement, Wu, 28, said she had not been in recent contact with Li.Gina Lin, 34, said through her management that she had known Li for 12 years and that they were just good friends, like "older sister and younger brother''.Ruru Lin, 30, told United that she had only a nodding acquaintance with Li.The newspaper said she hesitated for a moment before smiling, after she was asked: "Are you sure you're not one of the 60?''She said she had seen him a few times many years ago but they had since lost touch.She added: ''I really don't know him well.''