Hoang Thuy Linh's show has been canceled and the actress has made a tearful farewell on national television. Sex clip students punished On Thursday, Hanoi police detained four college students accused of posting the sex clip to the Internet. Police identified the man in the clip as year-old Vu Hoang Viet, who is currently studying overseas. The four, aged 22 to 26, were found guilty of "disseminating debauched cultural products", a charge that could have carried up to 10 years' jail, in the closed-door trial in the capital Hanoi, a court official said. Most of the public's wrath has been directed at Thuy Linh rather than Viet. Linh, who was the lead actress in Vang Anh's Diary - a nightly teenage drama show dealing with morality and lifestyle issues - found herself at the centre of a storm as angry parents called for her to be sacked. But unlike Hilton, the year-old woman at the center of Vietnam's sex scandal won't be able to capitalize on her newfound notoriety. The four - who all spent 10 days in police detention after their arrests last year before being released on bail - will be on probation for periods twice as long as their suspended jail terms. They said a friend copied the film off of Viet's laptop, and passed it along to other friends who then posted it online. State-run Vietnam Television within days broadcast an interview with Linh, who offered a tearful apology to her fans, and then scrapped the popular show. It's completely destroyed her image. Sex education is considered a taboo topic in communist Vietnam and is not included in classroom instruction. Like everything else in this economically booming country, ideas about sex and gender roles are quickly changing as satellite TV and the Internet bring Western influences to a society cut off by decades of war and economic isolation. Linh and her boyfriend Viet, the son of a senior Hanoi police official who is studying in the United States, did not face charges.