A Beijing court has condemned the Chinese-conceived Canadian pop star Kris Wu to 13 years in prison in the wake of viewing him to be unquestionably blameworthy of

wrongdoings including assault, a little more than a year after his capture in China, where he was conceived and constructed a worthwhile profession.

The court in Chaoyang region said examinations showed that from November to December 2020, Wu, otherwise called Wu Yifan, assaulted three ladies.

"Wu Yifan exploited three intoxicated ladies … at his home," the court said on its true WeChat account.

A previous individual from the K-pop gathering Exo, the whiz got back to China in 2014 to seek after a performance vocation.

Wu was kept in Beijing on 31 July 2021 following a 18-year-old Chinese understudy openly blamed him for prompting her

and different young ladies, some matured under 18, to engage in sexual relations with him.

At that point, the understudy told media Wu had baited her into engaging in sexual relations when she was 17, in the wake of having employed her with liquor.

The court likewise viewed him to be blameworthy of the wrongdoing of collecting a group to take part in sexual wantonness in July 2018, it said.

The Canadian consulate in Beijing didn't promptly answer a Reuters demand for input, however state media said its authorities had gone to the condemning.

Wu was additionally requested to pay 600m yuan (£69m) for concealing individual pay and other duty related offenses, the assessment authority said.

Wu avoided 95m yuan of duty from 2019 to 2020 by concealing individual pay through homegrown and unfamiliar subsidiary endeavors, and came up short on charges of 84m yuan, specialists said.

At the hour of his confinement, Wu was an envoy for 15 brands, including Bulgari, Lancôme, Louis Vuitton and Porsche, all of which promptly disavowed him.

The court said Wu would be extradited, in spite of the fact that attorneys in China have said such removals ordinarily happen after fulfillment of the sentence.