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[BREAKING] Another woman files sexual assault claim against Yoochun + C-JeS responds

By yckim124   Thursday, June 16, 2016   170,661   5,947   663
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On June 16, various media outlets reported that another woman has also filed a sexual assault claim against JYJ's Yoochun

It's reported that back in December of 2015, Yoochun sexually assaulted an employee in the bathroom of an adult entertainment establishment. The alleged victim claimed, "He told me that we should go talk in the bathroom because he couldn't hear me well. I didn't know how far I could take this, but then he started sexually assaulting me. I told him this isn't right and that I wanted to leave, but he held my wrist and blocked me from leaving." 


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In addition, she revealed the reason for her late report as she stated, "I got scared when I actually went to the police station... I couldn't say anything." It's also reported that the alleged victim got the courage to speak up following the recent news about Yoochun and Ms. Lee, who claimed to have been sexually assaulted in a similar way. Police are still investigating the claims made by Ms. Lee despite her officially withdrawing her allegations.


So far, Yoochun's label C-Jes Entertainment has only responded, "We are currently checking the situation."

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wjngoowon Saturday, July 2, 2016

DEAR GOD, Why is there so much negativity & hate in people's mind & heart?? What goes around, comes around. The negativity/hate you sent out into this universe will engulf your life. You have to pay for your negativity. The moment you send hate, you are bringing your soul energy level down down down. Next time if something bad happens to you, just remember it's because of your negativity. It's good to follow news but DON'T INDULGE in gossip, slander, judging & hate. If you support him, comment "I support him". If you don't support him, comment "I wish the truth will surface soon". Don't prolong the discussion unnecessarily and waste yours & others time. Life is simple, don't complicate it unnecessarily. Live & let live, don't rub your opinions on others & don't think you're right either. I suggest you all start reading philosophy & expand your mind towards love & positivity rather than wasting your time in dissing people/celebrities.

yulinuna Thursday, June 30, 2016

I meant to say put some depth into the conversation it sent accidentally

yulinuna Sunday, June 19, 2016

As different as an individual is, taking settlement money will not solve the issue anyone would want true justice, taking money in exchange to shut up about it is why so many rapists exist.  I am sympathetic to anyone who is raped but i find it hard to believe that four adult women  A. Did not lock any bathroom doors B. There where no one else in a nightclub women's bathroom C. A women would drink with a group of guys then go back to their house and drink more and think it was safe.   I say this is all common sense that women all know. I simply think that people reading an article automatically say he is  rapist, people have forgotten how easy it is to  frame someone, anyone could say anybody did something and if convincing enough could falsly put someone in jail.  And yes it does not have to be intercourse for it to be sexual assult you can literally just touch someone anywhere and it could be considered sexual assult if you did not want to be touched.

kpopfan564 Friday, June 17, 2016

4th woman now. Damn supposedly his CEO is son of a big mobster in Korea. Yoochun has ties with the Mob

KpopPRs (Banned) kpopfan564 Friday, June 17, 2016

there is no korean mob. think about the things the mob thrives on, drug trade, sex trade, and extortion, the laws are so tight in korea none of the above is possible. For one the sex trade is legal, drugs result in a life sentence even for marijuana, and extortion would have to be done in the streets where CCTVs are literally everywhere. the korean mob is a spec

JYJRainbow  KpopPRs (Banned) Saturday, June 18, 2016

its a rumor that he is the son of a mob,misunderstanding actually. the son of mob is the other guy who was accused with him by an actor.they were two separated cases

1Minoz  KpopPRs (Banned) Saturday, June 18, 2016

No Korean mob? You are making me laugh. Most of the "massage" parlors and room salons with prostitution are run or under the protection of the Korean mobs. Why do you the police make a blind eye shutting them down when prostitution is illegal there.

yulinuna Friday, June 17, 2016

I am tired of everyone saying because he is famous they are buying these women off,  just because he is famous still doesn't make it true, how reliable are these women? Everyone seems to misundertand that sexual assult doesn't always mean rape, it can verbally saying something, or not even having intercourse, yes they proved he did with alteast one but, they can't say it was forced. And what rape victims try so hard to get money, if you truly were raped you would refuse even settlement money no matter how much

micahxo_lu yulinuna Sunday, June 19, 2016

All I want to say is, what you may think of as common sense or the best option, is not what others think. We're all different, believe it or not some rape victims would take settlement money, especially if they're poor or being threatened. And sexual assault is always physical, you can't verbally sexually assault someone, that's a whole other thing.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Sunday, June 19, 2016

Sorry i meant to talk also about sexual harassment where it can just be verbal but the site was acting up As different as an individual is, taking settlement money will not solve the issue anyone would want true justice, taking money in exchange to shut up about it is why so many rapists exist. I am sympathetic to anyone who is raped but i find it hard to believe that four adult women A. Did not lock any bathroom doors B. There where no one else in a nightclub women's bathroom C. A women would drink with a group of guys then go back to their house and drink more and think it was safe. I say this is all common sense that women all know. I simply think that people reading an article automatically say he is rapist, people have forgotten how easy it is to frame someone, anyone could say anybody did something and if convincing enough could falsly put someone in jail. And yes it does not have to be intercourse for it to be sexual assult you can literally just touch someone anywhere and it could be considered sexual assult if you did not want to be touched.

micahxo_lu yulinuna Monday, June 20, 2016

You can not literally touch someone anywhere and it could be considered sexual assault, there are specific rules for what qualifies as sexual assault. And once again, you're only thinking about what you think is best or common sense. Dude, people are different, not all people know or think the same thing. Now I'm not calling Yoochun a rapist, and I really haven't seen anyone else on this site do so- they just were saying that people are accusing these women too much and not giving Yoochun the same treatment- but I'm also not calling these girls liars until stuff is proven.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Monday, June 20, 2016

Sexual assault is any type of forced or coerced sexual contact or behavior that happens without consent. Anything is open to interpretation, what do people consider a sexual place to be touched? My point is simply it does not mean they were raped, he could of touched them on the chest or even just kissed them. I said anywhere as a broad generalization. And this is common people women living paycheck to paycheck, and common sense is something everyone is born with, you just have to use it. I am not saying these girls are lying or he is innocent, i am simply argumenting the possibilities of everything and people should be wary of blindly accussing someone

micahxo_lu yulinuna Wednesday, June 22, 2016

When it comes to the law, it's not up to interpretation. And not everyone is born with "common sense", that's something you learn over time and if you never learned it then you missed out on a rather important skill but.. some people just aren't taught common sense. And you pretty much insinuated that one of the girls was a liar in your last sentence from your original post.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Oh its not? Haha i would love to live in that world, laws are not taken by what was originally written anymore, people abuse and manipulate the meanings of laws everywhere, so yes it is open to interpretation. Someone could kiss you and you could not like it and call it sexual assult and you could win your case and a man could pay the consequences, a women smart enough could coherece a man into a such a situation and still win her case. Law is not a simply a straight line its a a line that can go whatever direction it wants. And i do not believe these women no, since you seem to have an answer for everything let me simply state, these women work in an adult entrainment place, you cannot possibly believe that other men have not had to have forced sex with these women so were are the accusations and reports on them? Also some places are run by gangs you really think a gang would not protect their assests (the women) the world is runs rampart with corruption. There are stories everyday of such type of corruption. I do not jump to conclusions on either side However, he could be guilty who knows. But i don't simply believe women are always the victims in this type of case. As i women i am tired of everyone playing the role men had given us about being inferior to men. If we follow that line then we will always be portrayed as such. Many women agreed he may be innocent still which is nice to know. But still i have no defining persons i believe.

micahxo_lu yulinuna Tuesday, June 28, 2016

When there is corruption involved, which is pretty much everywhere, the law is up to interpretation, I agree with you. I didn't say what I believed but since you're making assumptions then let me tell you; there's truth in every lie. Even if they are lying, there are others who haven't even claimed rape/sexual assault and they have spoken up about his behaviour at adult entertainment establishments. I'm not taking sides either, I'm not saying anyone is guilty of anything. But Yoochun's situation is fishy, and of course these women's stories are fishy as well. As for inferiority, I think that reporting that you've been sexually assaulted takes a lot of strength that maybe you don't recognize. If anything, taking into consideration that no one has been proven guilty of anything as of yet, the fans are making these women seem inferior to men, specifically Yoochun.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Let me ask you, if a woman was accused of the same crime would you believe the man? Reporting a rape dose take guts i agree but in todays day an age people can make all types of allegations with vivid details. And the only thing those women proved who accounted his behavior is that he acts like a dog when drunk as the expression goes he turned into a dog. Women who work at these establishments are payed to make men feel good, make them buy drinks, get leered at, and touch their customers politely to create a sense of familiarity, so they will spend more. These women followed him into a bathroom at their place of work. No one in any job follows a customer into a bathroom to hear them better. You can refuse to do such things, a job doesn't automatically mean you have to put yourself in danger. And you are wrong, yes i put my personal feelings into my writing but i don't believe either of the two parties involved. Even their lawyers probably don't believe them fully but will defend their clients like they are innocent.

yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Women who work in places where alcohol is served are taught how to deal with drunk guests. I worked at a clothing store where our guests could bring their alcoholic beverages into the store and shop, they told us it was allowed and how to Handle them. I know those adult entertainment places do the same as well, not just for safety but because you as a worker will be held liable if anything happens to a guest. No business will take that chance

micahxo_lu yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

I believe that rape is rape regardless of the victims/perpetrators gender. So you're saying that in modern times people can lie? People could lie 100 years ago and they did, the whole concaine conspiracy in the U.S. was fabricated by the U.S. government to oppress the African american population. White women lied about being raped by black men so that they wouldn't get caught having their affairs. People have always and probably will always lie. And you're correct, these women proved that he acts like a dog when he's drunk.. but isn't that a part of the whole story? There's truth in every lie. As for following him straight into the bathroom, we don't know if it went down like that.. especially with allkpops translations. He could have called them near the bathroom and not directly in it which makes sense; one side is noisy, the other side is quiet so you can hear better. Who knows. I'll take your take your word that you don't believe anyway but by using context clues it's sorta obvious who you're leaning towards. As for training on how to deal with drunken customers; I wouldn't know anything about that and I don't think you'd know what sorta regulations or training process they have in South Korea.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Its a basic rule for any work place, that's not just an American idea. South Korea is a business country they may have a bad government but go anywhere in the world and people who sell alcohol are taught how to deal with drunks. If these women were not taught the proper rules then it is the company to blame. And that is also my point relying on information from here or any media outlet is why i only throw around other possibilities. I only believe in true evidence but even true evidence can be fake. Its a lot easier to get people's dna. All it can prove is at one point you met that person. I honestly find it appalling how little and how long this investigation is going.

yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

And him being a dog isn't a part of the "lie" even if its the truth. Many men become dogs while drunk not all of them rape

yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

The problem with rape cases is no matter the outcome of the courts the only people who will no what really happened is those involved

micahxo_lu yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Laws and rules vary depending on the country, this is not a stubborn push to disagree with you; it's the truth. You don't know what the South Korean training system for these women is like until you do some research. From the "lie" you can gather that he's a dog when he's drunk, not a rapist dog, but a dog. This has been confirmed regardless of if he's found guilty or not. And the investigation is taking so long because of how much media coverage is going on.. this case will be almost impossible to find an unbiased jury for. The excessive amount of media coverage has also raised the amount of controversy surrounding the situation, one of the largest being Lotte World and it's possible ties to the situation.

micahxo_lu yulinuna Wednesday, June 29, 2016

I agree with your last comment. I blame that harsh reality on lawmakers and police investigators, less than 5% of rape cases ever get reported let alone investigated. Rape cases are like new territory to them, they don't know what to do.

yulinuna micahxo_lu Thursday, June 30, 2016

I still disagree you haven't proven my point wrong bout businesses not teaching their employees. Yes certain things vary country to country but, it is not a false statement to say everyone has their own way with dealing with drunk customers. That is a given. Every business has their own rules but each business has their own rules set in place for any high probable situation. Bars deals with drunks it is a high probability someone will get drunk there for they has considered this and plan how to deal with it. I also disagree rape is not a new concept rape has happend since the beginning of time. Police are taught how do deal with this crime. Whether they are good at handling such a situation is up to opinion. I just want to say i am enjoying our conversation it is nice to converse with someone who doesn't just say their point but trys to understand and prove their points with actual facts to back it up and put the depth of the conversation

yulinuna Thursday, June 30, 2016

I meant put depth into the conversation it accidentally sent before i could fix it

micahxo_lu yulinuna Thursday, June 30, 2016

I haven't proven your point wrong, but you haven't proven your point right either. I didn't say that rape is a new concept, I just said it's a new territory. Police haven't really been dealing with modern rape cases for long so their procedures are still flawed. And it's nice to converse with you too, you don't irrationally defend your stance like so many others who just get upset that I won't agree with them.

MaiEmerald Friday, June 17, 2016

wtf yoochun pls. T.TStill hoping this isnt true but ... diminishing

Francias1 Friday, June 17, 2016

A 3RD WOMAN JUST FILED CHARGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tUrningpOint Francias1 Friday, June 17, 2016

Why waited till 2 years & now reported to police? This is fishy....

Miioko23 tUrningpOint Friday, June 17, 2016

Cause he is famous and these womans know very well that their chance against him is a very small . And now when she saw that the other womans take measures against him and now she maybe decide to do the same and stop hide .

Francias1 tUrningpOint Friday, June 17, 2016

Victims can be quite or silenced for decades, admitting you were raped is heavy burden, and sometimes people try to shame the person so.......

Sendotakeshi Francias1 Friday, June 17, 2016

even a fourth girl now. like this situation is getting messier by the day. :/

Unicornsarereal tUrningpOint Friday, June 17, 2016

It's like the bill cosby situation. Also, it had been confirmed that the 2nd woman already filed this to the police when it happened, but they shoved it under the rug because it was Yoochun.

Francias1 Friday, June 17, 2016

why?

waemolla Friday, June 17, 2016

the 3rd victim just filed charges couples minute ago

Francias1 waemolla Friday, June 17, 2016

I saw

waemolla Francias1 Friday, June 17, 2016

it has similar pattern

Francias1 waemolla Friday, June 17, 2016

yes bathroom rape, bars, and alcohol

stravdius Friday, June 17, 2016

btw: because allkpop never mentioned this, the second woman is not a prostitute. she work there as table server but doesn't provide sexual favor

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