Former N.Flying member Kwangjin spoke up about the sexual harassment rumors.
On April 29, Kwangjin shared a screenshot of the tweet that sparked the sexual harassment rumors. The tweet claimed Kwangjin sexually harassed a fan at a fan meeting by touching her legs under the table and asking her to date.
Kwangjin strongly denied the accusation in a lengthy post. He stated,
"The post above is the post that put 'sexual harassment' next to my name. The post of provocative content is false information that has been created to drag down a person. I cannot describe in words the damage I received because of it."
He continued, "During fan sign events, there are managers and marketing team members behind me, and hundreds of fans in front of me. The tables set up for the fan sign event is blocked with a board or a curtain so the fans' legs don't' touch mine. The acts stated in the post cannot occur in that situation."
Kwangjin emphasized, "I did not sexually harass. It states that I tapped her (legs) while trapping her legs between mine. That cannot happen and it did not happen."
Kwangjin announced he's preparing legal action against the false rumors and asked netizens to report screenshots of similar posts to him. He also expressed the willingness to forgive, stating, "I will consider forgiveness if you sincerely apologize to me."
Back in December 2018, Kwangjin voluntarily left N.Flying following controversies.