It looks like Big Bang's leader G-Dragon will finally be paying the consequences of his performance at his first solo concert last year. Last year at his Shine A Light concert, G-Dragon performed as planned but spiced up his stages as he dry-humped Aimee Lee Lucas on a stand-up bed and sang two songs that were strictly forbidden to be heard by minors. Not only that but the concert did not have a higher age restriction at 19+. Instead, anyone over 12 was allowed to attend. After a dark forecast, it looks like YG Entertainment's apology won't get G-Dragon away scot-free, because investigations are currently underway. If you recall, G-Dragon's first solo album "Heartbreaker" was slapped with a big fat age restriction of 19+. His songs She's Gone and Korean Dream were prohibited from being aired on television past 10PM and also be unavailable for purchase to minors. The Eastern Seoul District Prosecutor stated, "The investigation is in the stage of collecting and reviewing all the data we have on the case. G-Dragon's summoning is still pending but will be decided shortly. If G-Dragon fails to win his case he'll have to pay up to at least a $5,000 fine and serve at least a year in prison. A YGE representative said, "YG will aid the case in this investigation and will handle it on behalf of G-Dragon. However, we will accept the the decision and take upon full responsibility of any legal actions." Hopefully they can get him off the hook! Looks like things are heating up for Korea's most prominent talent. G-Dragon definitely did break some rules but does the punishment fit the crime?
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