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But, in excerpts from an upcoming memoir Never Grow Up , his fans will likely be shocked to learn that the action star once threw another toddler - his own son, Jaycee - across the room during an argument with his wife Lin Feng-jiao. This darker side of Chan, in contrast to the reliable, solid, upright characters he portrays on screen, also included treating women badly in his younger days.
According to the excerpts published in The Daily Mail, he used to visit prostitutes and drive even when he was drunk. Once, he crashed a Porsche in the morning, and a Mercedes Benz later at night. When Chan, now 64, started a relationship with Lin, he was fearful that she could be after his money, and later broke her heart when he had an affair with actress and former Miss Asia Elaine Ng. In the book, he blames his behaviour on his insecurities and immaturity.
Because he did not focus on studies, his father sent him at a young age to a school where he was forced to pick up martial arts, among other activities. Even when Chan got jobs as a stuntman, he splurged the money on gambling and prostitutes.
He mentions one woman, in particular, whom he knew only as No. He pins down the wild life to his work as a stuntman. We had a short-term mentality, which means recklessly spending our money.
He was not comfortable dating the more polished and classy Teresa Teng, purposely drinking soup straight from the bowl in her presence, instead of using a spoon. She'd done nothing wrong and I'd been horribly unfair to her," Chan recalls of the famous Taiwan songbird who died in He married Lin only when she got pregnant in But he "worked through her whole pregnancy" and failed to visit her in California where she was preparing to give birth.