On April 11, Bang Jung Hyun, the lawyer who reported Jung Joon Young's chatroom to the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission, discussed the issue on JTBC's 'Lee Kyu Yeon's Spotlight.'
Bang claimed in the chatroom, there are videos and photos showing signs of rape. He explained, "First of all, there are photos and videos of an unconscious woman. I think there are about 10 including photos and videos that can be deemed as sexual harassment."
Bang added, "I've recently come in contact with one of the victims. The victims don't remember it at all. There are even photos of some victims. The photo shows a person taking off (the woman's) clothes."
The lawyer explained the victims are not aware that they're victims. He said, "Even if they've been raped, they do not know they've been raped."
He relayed details on the illegally filmed footage, saying, "There is movement and speaking in the woman, even though it's quite inaudible. The victim does not remember it at all." Bang continued, "She had her eyes shut, seemed unconscious and her body was slouched. It's clearly rape. I'm not sure if they've drugged her or what but it seemed serious."
Bang revealed not just one but six members of the chatroom appeared in the various photos and videos, and out of the six, four engaged in the actions suspected of rape.
The lawyer commented, "In the chatroom, women are not human. It's a tool and method of fulfilling their sexual desires. They seem to think, 'It's not even human. I can just throw it out after fulfilling my needs.' They do actually use the expression, 'throw out' (in the chatroom)."
One member of the chatroom volunteered for the police investigation, according to Bang. When asked if the suspect is a famous figure, Bang answered, "Yes, he is famous."