Jackie Chan's daughter claims homophobic dad left her homeless

Jackie Chan's daughter has claimed she's homeless because her family can't accept she's a lesbian, alleging the US Government is also out to split she and her partner up.

Etta Ng, 18, took to YouTube on Monday to say she's now living under a bridge with 30-year-old Andi Autumn.

"We've been homeless for a month due to our homophobic parents," Ng, the estranged lovechild of the film star says in the video, while sitting beside her girlfriend.

Autumn then adds that she asked her Facebook friends for help, but no one listened.

"Everyone just keeps sending us to the direction of shelters where they know we will be split up," she explained.

"We will be split up if we have to go to any kind of government facilities, and now no one is responding to my phone calls."

Ng says she "doesn't understand what's going on".

"We've gone to the police," she says. "We've gone to the hospital, to the food banks, LQBTQ communities, shelters, and all of them just don't give a shit."

The pair have asked people to share their video around online.

"Show people that two people who have true love are [being] split apart and they're trying to f**k us over," Ng says.

"I don't understand it. I love her."

The video's description says the pair had to read their plea from a piece of paper "due to PTSD and being extremely flustered about the whole situation".

Comments on the YouTube post have been less than favourable towards the couple. On Tuesday, one day after publishing, the two-minute clip had 70 'thumbs up' reactions and 900 'thumbs down' reactions.

"You claim that the shelter would 'split you apart'- they're not breaking you up permanently, it just means you can't sleep in the same room/bed," the top comment reads.

"Your best bet is to get into a shelter so you can work towards getting on your feet."

"You two are both adults," another said.

"Time to find a job and live responsible. This is irrelevant to your background, nationality, sexuality, or anything... simply... as human being."

"So entitled!" one person remarked.

"Girls, it's called getting a J-O-B! Plenty of lesbians out there do it every day."

Ng and Autumn have been public with their relationship for six months, after making the initial announcement on Instagram.

When Chan was asked about his daughter coming out as a lesbian last year, he said "as long as she's happy", multiple gossip sites reported.


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