Japanese AV actress jailed two months for breaching condition of stay
Japanese adult video actress Yumi Nakajima was on Tuesday jailed for two months for breaching her condition of stay after she was caught offering sexual services to an undercover cop in a Tsim Sha Tsui anti-vice operation.
Nakajima, 27, also known by her stage name “Noa Aizawa,” sobbed on the stand as she appeared before acting principal magistrate Peony Wong Nga-yan in Kowloon City Magistrates' Court today.
The prosecution said the police's anti-vice operation Monday last week (Oct 17) saw an undercover cop pretending to be a client knock on Nakajima's room door at The Kimberley Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. Nakajima answered the door and said she could provide massages and sexual services for HK$5,000.
The undercover cop then identified himself and Nakajima presented her Japanese passport. Officers also searched the room and seized condoms, towels and alcohol sanitizers.
Further investigations by police revealed that Nakajima arrived in Hong Kong on October 10 and was granted permission to stay until January 8, 2023, as a tourist. Without approval by the Immigration Department, she is barred from paid or unpaid employment.
Under police caution, Nakajima admitted she had provided massage services to the undercover cop in exchange for money.
Nakajima started her career in the Japanese adult video industry in February 2018.
The AV producers that she worked for had employed other famous AV stars including Takagi Maria, Aoi Sola and Mitake Ryoko.
Photos of Nakajima's works were used by a prostitution ring on its Telegram channel to advertise the sexual services.