During the conference, he admitted that the woman who had filed charged against him was his ex, and that they were on good terms. He admitted that he had filmed during sex, but that it was a short video taken as a joke, and that it was consensual from both parties. It was not that they broke up because of the video, but as he got busier, he was able to pay less and less attention to her and they started arguing more often. She then acted impulsively to file the charges on him on the video.
He said, "I didn't think that something that we did as a joke at the time would cause such a big controversy. It was a big fault of mine that I thought everything would be okay if I knew I was innocent. I apologize to the program that I'm on and the people on it. As for what to do on those shows, I will follow whatever they decide. I will also follow diligently to the additional investigations."
Additionally, the ex that filed the charges against him has been revealed to have submitted three petitions to the prosecution maintaining that Jung Joon Young was innocent. She'd already submitted two before the situation got too big, but when the situation blew up yesterday, she submitted yet another one in the morning.
His ex told the prosecution office that he was not at fault and should be cleared. The prosecution office told The Fact, "It's true she submitted a petition. We cannot reveal the details, but it said that he was not at fault and she did not want him punished."