She also did not have a special license needed to ride motorcycles larger than 175 cc.
The model was asked to go to the police station to file a complaint and have her two motorcycles temporarily confiscated, said Minh Phuong, director of Ngoc Trinh. Ngoi Sao Monday.
Footage of Ngoc Trinh performing dangerous acts while driving. Photo obtained by VnExpress
“Ngoc Trinh is ready to pay a fine in accordance with the law. The police have not yet clarified the amount of her fine or how her case will be handled,” Minh Phuong said.
The director also said that the model would stop riding her motorcycle until her health was fully recovered.
“Ngoc Trinh doesn’t know if she will continue or not. But if she does, she will make sure to find approved places for motorcycle riding to ensure her safety and that of others, while ensuring that “She doesn’t break the law,” Minh Phuong said.
Previously, a one-minute video of a woman riding a big motorcycle, standing and letting her outstretched hands extend her arms, went viral on social media. Not only that, but the woman also knelt down, swung her legs to the side, and drove the vehicle with one hand. The rider’s behavior sparked outrage online.
The woman’s video was posted to Trinh’s personal TikTok account on September 24 and then shared widely online.
Police in Thu Duc town said last Sunday that they had identified the woman riding the motorcycle as Ngoc Trinh. Trinh, 34, was driving a vehicle over 175 cc without a proper license.
The model confessed that she started riding her motorbike on the empty streets of Thu Thiem New Urban Area, Thu Thiem District and Saigon Hi-Tech Park in early October.
Last Sunday, Trinh shared photos of his accident after doing laps while riding a motorcycle. She was injured all over her body and was taken to HCMC hospital by her best friend, her assistant Thuy Kieu and her manager Minh Phuong. She had stitches in her leg and bruises on her arms, back and shoulders.
The ‘lingerie queen’ said she started training with a big bike in September with a personal trainer. After about 10 days, once she had mastered the basic commands, she wanted to learn some advanced tricks. Her coach asked Ngoc Trinh to put on a protective suit before trying to drive while lying down.
However, when she put on the costume, she felt it would be difficult to pose, so she decided to wear regular jeans instead.
“At first everything went well, but when it came time for me to go from sitting to lying down, I was approaching a corner. I panicked and wanted to go back sitting position so I looked down to find the footrest. As soon as I did I lost control and fell. Before I knew I would fall one way or another another. But I paid a heavy price this time,” Trinh said.
Coming from a poor family background, Trinh began her modeling career in 2005 before becoming known to the public thanks to her lingerie and swimsuit photo shoots.
She then became the winner of the Miss Vietnam International pageant in 2011.
She made her acting debut in 2016 with her role in “Vong Eo 56” (Bikini Queen), based on her life, and has since participated in various film projects.