Jackie Chan’s estranged daughter Etta Ng and her girlfriend Andi Autumn claim they are homeless and have “pretty much slept under a bridge and other things” due to “homophobic parents“. Because of this tragic situation, Etta and Andi made a video and posted it to YouTube as a last ditch effort to get some help since everybody else has turned their back on them. And it’s a doozy!
Here’s the video.
These poor children! According to People, Etta is only 18 but her girlfriend Andi is a 30 year old “social media influencer”. It’s one thing to be homeless but it’s something else entirely when none of your friends return your calls because you’re insufferable. Here’s the face of abject poverty.
?Not only does the Hong Kong media discriminate against LGBTQI, they have forced their way into our apartment building and put their foot in the elevator door to prevent us from getting home. This is illegal. You must use a key card or password to enter our building. He trespassed and harassed us. I understand the job duties of paparazzi, but bitch! I ain't famous and my girlfriend @stolenmilktea is only famous cuz her parents are. Special thanks to the HK media for spreading lies and especially to the man with the camera that made us feel so helpless.?
Etta is estranged from her father and her mother is a former beauty queen named Elaine Ng with whom Jackie had an affair while married to his current wife. Despite the fact that the first thing out of her mouth in the video is “Hi I’m Jackie Chan’s daughter”, Etta has said this:
Ng previously told the Express that the actor, 64, has “never existed in my life. I will never regard him as a father. I would not say that he is my dad. I would say, ‘Oh, Jackie Chan, an actor,’” she said.
Jackie hasn’t commented on this situation but Etta’s mom is having none of it.
“I feel that if they have no money, they should go find work. They shouldn’t film a clip telling others they are broke and who Etta’s father is. People all over the world work hard and don’t rely on someone else’s fame to get money.”
Both Etta and Andi have mentioned being harassed by the Hong Kong media because of their sexuality. But their claim that parental homophobia is to be blamed for their predicament, and not the societal discrimination of the shelters and other groups refusing to help, earns this tale of woe one squinty, narrow side-eye from me.
Kind of like this!