SBS reports Jang Ja Yeon's revealing document, "hosted 31 customers over 100 times"
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On March 6th, SBS "8 O'clock News" reported, "Actress Jang Ja Yeon had 'entertained' 31 guests for a total of 100 times." Jang Ja Yeon, known for her role in Boys Over Flowers, sent shockwaves through the industry when she committed suicide in 2009 after being sexually abused. The program revealed, "A 50-container/230-page document directly written and delivered to friends by Jang Ja Yeon, who committed suicide in March 2009, has been obtained. In the document, a narrative titled 'Snow' draws the story of how unknown celebrities are forced into an ugly entertainment industry." The "8 O'clock News" cited the documents, stating, "The police who were investigating Jang Ja Yeon's case knew of this fact but chose to overlook it. Jang Ja Yeon asked for 'revenge' in the document." They added, "Jang Ja Yeon entertained a total of 31 people, 100 times - being forced to give sexual favors. However, claims by representative Kim from her past agency reveals a completely different story. Jang Ja Yeon had kept records of their jobs however, and within these records, it is supposed that officials, publisher officials, corporations, financial institutions, and media officials are involved." Also, "A handwriting expert has confirmed that the documents belonged to Jang Jayeon." The "8 O'clock News" revealed, "Jang Ja Yeon wrote, 'Please get revenge. There is no way out of hosting. The men who come to receive services are evil. I was forced to host over 100 times. Whenever I get new clothes to wear, I had to meet another devil. Not just in Kangnam, but I also hosted at Suwon Karaoke and various room salons. Even on my parents' memorial day, I was forced to host. Since I made a list, avenge me to the death. Even if I die, I will take my revenge to the grave.'" Meanwhile, in November 2010, Jang Ja Yeon's agency representative Kim (41) and manager Yoo (31), who were both involved in the actress's case, each received a probation sentence of 2 years of jail time and 160 hours of community service. Although Jang Ja Yeon committed suicide in March 2009 at her home in Kyungkido, because no history was found at that point, the case was labeled as a simple suicide. However, after Mr. Yoo revealed 'Jang Ja Yeon's document," the case has finally come to a conclusion. Source: Sports Today via Nate
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