Six Chinese social media accounts have been shut after they advocated support for a woman who accused the founder of online shopping giant JD.com, Richard Liu, of rape. Writer Chen Chun said WeChat informed him that his public account was closed because a petition he shared in the woman’s defense “violated regulations.” Five other accounts were also disabled. A University of Minnesota student says Richard Liu raped her. He denies the accusation.
Social media accounts shut down after they advocated support for woman who accused Richard Liu of rape
By Associated Press|2019-05-03T05:50:46-05:00May 3rd, 2019|