Hitomi Yoshizawa Retires From Entertainment Industry Following Hit-And-Run Incident

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  1. katahtattat

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    “Following her release on bail for injuring two people in a hit-and-run incident while driving under the influence of alcohol, former Morning Musume member Hitomi Yoshizawa has announced that she will retire from the entertainment industry.

    According to her indictment, the 33-year-old former idol ran a red light the morning of September 6, driving at a speed of 86 kilometers per hour in a 60 kph zone, when she hit a female cyclist and injured a male pedestrian before fleeing the scene. After about 15 minutes, Yoshizawa called the police and returned to the site of the accident.

    A breath test found her with a level of alcohol in her system four times Japan’s legal limit of 0.15 milligrams.”

    Im pretty sure based on how drunk she was in the morning she's had a problem for awhile. There's going to be serious consequences possibly including jail time, but hopefully she can get the help she needs
     
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    Is this a reason to retire from Entertainment Industry?

    Did her label put her out?
     
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    the statement clearly says she is retiring, and the company terminated her contract on her request.
     
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    Welp....she could always work for UBER.
     

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