Jaycee Chan, the son of beloved international film star and martial artist Jackie Chan, is about to spend six months in a Chinese prison, after pleading guilty to the charge of “sheltering others to use drugs.” Yes, that offence exists in China and yes, Jaycee apparently got off pretty easy.

The charge refers to an incident that took place in August of 2014, when police raided the younger Chan’s home in Beijing and found 100g of marijuana. He faced a maximum sentence of three years. JChan was put under "criminal detention" for the additional and more serious crime of "providing a shelter for others to abuse drugs", Beijing police said at the time.

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According to BBC News, his sentence was part of a larger drug crackdown by the Chinese government, which saw several celebrities arrested. However, Jackie Chan’s was the biggest name involved in the scandal.

32-year-old Jaycee Chan was made an example, proving that no one was exempt from the governmental effort to curb illicit drug use. He was arrested alongside Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, who also tested positive, according to the police.

Chan was also fined 2,000 yuan ($322; £213), reports said.

Jackie Chan, who was named an official "Narcotics Control Ambassador" by Chinese police in 2009, has said he felt "ashamed" and "sad" over his son's behaviour.