Later she turned into politics, where she served as a Taipei city councilor and later became cultural affairs director of city Hsinchu. She also had a love affair chu mei feng sex tape the sitting mayor of Hsinchu City Tsai Jen-chien, but she ended the relationship long before the sex tape was released.
Her political career ended in 2001, after the sex tape was released. The tape was shot by her friend Kuo Yu-ling, who was also her “spiritual growth instructor”. Police retrieved a notebook in which Kuo kept coded notes about the surveillance. Investigators found ten hidden cameras and audio-recording devices installed in Chu Mei-Feng’s apartment, former office and car.
Sex tape was apparently shot from a hidden camera placed in Chu’s TV cabinet facing her bed. Kuo eventually confessed to placing the assorted surveillance devices and creating the hidden camera videotapes. She then insisted that she had been acting on someone else’s orders, but wouldn’t reveal who else was involved. But police and journalists had a prime suspect: Tsai Jen-chien, former mayor of Hsinchu and Chu Mei-Feng’s ex-lover. Where was it shot In Chu Mei-Feng’s apartment using a hidden camera. Who is in it Chu Mei-Feng and businessman Tseng Chung-ming. What is going on Chu Mei-Feng and her lover have sex in a small bedroom.
There are some nice ass shots of Chu wearing a small thong then we see her bare ass when she takes of the panties. Whole tape is shot from a distant hidden camera so there aren’t any close ups of the sex. Chu gives Tseng several blow jobs, they have sex in various positions but there aren’t any good shots. How was it released In the fall of 2001, there were rumors in Taiwan political circles that a video showing Chu Mei-Feng having sex in her apartment was being shopped around to tabloids, magazines and VCD distributors in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Most rejected the opportunity to distribute the video, but eventually some took the bait. Chu at first denied being the woman on the video, but weeks later admitted it was probably her.
The man in the video was eventually identified as Tseng Chung-ming, a married businessman with whom Chu Mei-Feng had an affair. The Taipei District Court sentenced Ms Chu’s estranged friend Kuo Yu-ling, who installed the hidden camera, to four years and eight months in prison for illegally profiting from the distribution of the video. The publisher of the tabloid magazine Scoop,Shen Jung, was jailed for two years and six months for distributing the video CDs. His assistant, Wei An, and two Scoop reporters were also handed down sentences ranging from 6 to 26 months.