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Police confirm Ms. Lee has withdrawn her sexual assault claim against Yoochun

By beansss   Wednesday, June 15, 2016   107,306   6,973   374



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On June 15, police confirmed that Ms. Lee has withdrawn her sexual assault claim against JYJ's Yoochun, after several previous reports which went back and forth on her decision about the claim.

SEE ALSO: Court declares 2nd accuser in Yoochun's sexual assault case innocent + Yoochun's side criticizes decision

Reportedly, Ms. Lee delivered her stance to the police during her investigation on June 14 as such: "There was no force during the sexual intercourse with Park Yoochun, but I filed the claim because I felt that he and his group saw me as an easy person." 

The police then stepped forward with, "Because the final decision to penalize the accused doesn't necessary depend on the accuser's perspective, we must carefully determine whether to continue the investigation or not." 

Meanwhile, Yoochun was spotted returning to his post as a public service personnel for the Gangnam-gu Ward Office Station on June 15. Stay tuned for updates.

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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.

kyunyan Thursday, June 16, 2016

Oh so it was a lie, what a bitch

WhoKnowsss Thursday, June 16, 2016

Downer. He is never going to be as popular as he was.

DJ_OKOV3 (Banned) Thursday, June 16, 2016

hey it's a blackmail, because this girl report Yoochun too the police LOL

DJ_OKOV3 (Banned) Thursday, June 16, 2016

gotta learn what is blackmail mean pppffftttttt

AngelOfLight Thursday, June 16, 2016

This seems like a blackmail to me :/

jeyjin Thursday, June 16, 2016

It's not against the law to file a claim out of spite as long  as you don't go through with it.

infinik8 Wednesday, June 15, 2016

suddenly dropping the case with confusing statement seemed like he received a settlement money.

ceeejpri Wednesday, June 15, 2016

IF ASSUMING there was money involved then that just proves that there's really no rape that happened because if you were a rape victim no matter how much money the rapist give you, you would still continue to sue him. Now about Yoochun having sex, what's wrong with that? He's a 30 year old man, now if he was a member of a rookie idol group that would have been a different case.

LordLiar18 Wednesday, June 15, 2016

At the end, this kind of scandal tarnished the guy's image so badly now... Really, what kind of reason is this??

mainvocalists LordLiar18 Wednesday, June 15, 2016

It didn't tarnish him? He will continue having a career without repercussions only cus he has thirsty fangirl swooning over his dick.

LordLiar18 mainvocalists Thursday, June 16, 2016

Yeah maybe but it would definitely affect his popularity, even if it's just a little bit..

missdi Wednesday, June 15, 2016

a Korean film critic posted this: "I am calling the current incident, the 6002 bloody monday ( Park Yuchun Bloody Monday ). Because at this point in time, at least, Park Yuchun is not connected to sexual assault. This incident embodies the human rights problem. Not to forget the media press. Including you, anyone’s life is precious."  "The incident should have been handle with anonymity explicitly. I don’t know it there was a police or prosecution announcement. The tabloids do handle with anonymity but the major media presses altogether didn’t in this way. When all is said and done, it’s about what standards the human rights of this country are at."

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