Andy Lau criticised after giving daughter a $200 million mansion

16 March 2016 / 7 months 1 week ago

To protect the privacy of his daughter, Andy Lau (劉德華) would go to extreme lengths to prevent his four-year-old daughter, Hanna, from exposing too much to the public eye.

Whenever the family goes on overseas trips together, they would be guarded by bodyguards and exit through VIP terminals, reports Jayne Stars.

According to a rumor, Andy even went as far as asking his daughter’s school to allow Hanna to leave 15 minutes early every day so she could avoid the paparazzi.

But that’s not all. According to a recent news report, Andy has purchased a $200 million HKD mansion in Kadoorie Hill, Hong Kong as a gift to his daughter

Hannah would be able to enjoy more privacy and freedom in the detached luxury complex, away from the buzzing metropolis of Hong Kong.

In addition to the new house, Andy also spent an additional $200 million HKD for a private jet, convenient for the travels of him and his family.

However, Andy’s extreme measures to secure privacy for his daughter was not without criticism.

Some netizens felt that Andy was doing “too much” and taking advantage of his celebrity status, exploiting its benefits. Nonetheless, many others say they understand where Andy is coming from. As a public figure, privacy must be earned.

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