French writer 'regrets' his underage sex tourism in Asia

PARIS, FRANCE -- French writer Gabriel Matzneff said in an interview Wednesday that he "regrets" his trips to Asia to have sex with children, claiming that at the time "no one ever said it was a crime.

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