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Internet surfers mostly reacted negatively towards Gillian Chung Yan-tung's first comments since the nude photos surfaced on the Web.
A popular website, discuss.com, carried messages last night discussing Chung's statement, in which the member of girls duo Twins admitted she was 'naive and silly'.
Many messages criticised the press conference as a 'performance' and said Chung was insincere when she apologised to the media and fans.
One poster, Century, compared Chung with Paris Hilton, whose sex video was posted on the internet, and said Chung was not brave enough to admit what she had done.
'Your personal life is your business and we should not interfere. But you pretend to be a pure girl. Paris Hilton admitted what she had done with her boyfriend when the video came out, but Gillian pretends to be a chaste girl.'
A day after the photos appeared on January 27, Emperor Entertainment Group, which manages Chung, said they were modified.
Another poster, jyeung123, said: 'The girl just met a bad guy. The man involved escaped from Hong Kong and the questions. Who is more to blame?' Hunter2000 said Edison Chen Koon-hei, purported to be in the images, should bear the responsibility and Chung should continue her work as an actress.