“I unequivocally was utterly a nasty jerk,” Hollywood star Jackie Chan wrote while revealing another aspect of his life in his discourse patrician Never Grow Up. The book chronicles a martial humanities expert’s early life and his conflict with alcohol.
The initial duplicate of a journal was published in Chinese in 2015. On Tuesday, it was re-published in English.
Jackie Chan, in a book, also wrote about how his celebrity disrupted his private life.
“I dipsomaniac gathering all a time. In a morning, I’d pile-up my Porsche, afterwards in a evening, I’d sum a Mercedes-Benz. All day long, we went around in a haze,” an mention from his book read.
Elaborating on his conflict with alcohol, a megastar suggested that he once threw his son opposite a room in anger. He wrote, “I picked him adult with one palm and flung him opposite a room, and he crashed into a sofa. With a volume of force we used, if he’d strike a behind or armrests, it could have been utterly serious.”
The actor, however, also suggested that he immediately regretted his actions and swore to never do that again.