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TERENCE CAO SEEN IN ADVERTISING VIDEOS FOR ILLEGAL GAMBLING WEBSITE, POLICE INVESTIGATING

55-year-old veteran Singapore actor Terence Cao, who was previously convicted for a 13-person illegal birthday party during the pandemic in 2020, might have inadvertently committed another offence for illegal gambling.

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He was involved in the filming of three videos for an illegal gambling website, with the three short videos featuring Cao promoting “little gambling”, according to The Straits Times.

He was seen in one video playing a character who lost $500 to gambling, another who won $50. The logo of the illegal gambling website was then displayed at the end of the video.

The Singapore Police Force has confirmed that they are investigating after a report was lodged.

A spokesperson for the Gambling Regulatory Authority (GRA) said that they have completed their review into the matter, and the IMDA was directed to order internet service providers to disable access to the website.

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The website has been inaccessible since Friday.

A reporter from Shin Min Daily News contacted Cao for comment, and he told them that he was approached by a production company that he had never worked with before, and didn’t know the background of the website.

Bewilderingly, Cao reportedly claims that the videos that he filmed were to “tell people not to gamble”, before he hung up on the reporter.

The reporter then sent Cao a text saying that the video was actually promoting the joys of gambling, and not to advise people not to gamble.

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