MBC “Newsdesk” has released a new report that’s making Kpop fans all around the world feel sick to their stomach even more.
Just when people thought that the idols mentioned in the chatrooms were all revealed, MBC “Newsdesk” came back with a new shocking report adding more singers into the mix.
According to “Newsdesk,” there are a total of 14 people in Jung Joon Young’s group chatrooms. A total of eight of those people are singers.
So far, we know of:
- Former BIGBANG member Seungri
- Former FTISLAND member Choi Jong Hoon
- Former Highlight member Yong Junhyung
- Jung Joon Young
The list above is of the idol singers involved and had been revealed so far, there are other four singers. MBC identifies them by initials. Singer K, Singer J and two other singers.
There are also the civilians (not celebrities) involved in these chatrooms who are:
- former Yuri Holdings CEO Yoo In Suk,
- two Burning Sun MDs,
- model L
- and a friend of Jung Joon Young.
This rounds up the list to a total of 14 men spread throughout various chat rooms.
According to “Newsdesk,” the chat room conversations had messages that discussed women in a degrading manner, had misogynist tone sand even discussed the possibility of using illegally filmed video as blackmail.
There are estimated to be seven chatrooms where hidden illegally taken footage were shared, some chatrooms had 3-4 people, others had up to 6 or 7 people.
MBC “Newsdesk” reported on one specific instance that shocked everybody. An acquaintance of Seungri named Mr. Kim had illegally filmed a sexual video of one victim who owed him money. He suggested, “Should I release this video if she refuses to pay up?”
He then proceeded to share the video in the chatroom.
MBC also reported that Jung Joon Young police had found out that he filmed women in various locations around the world including a hotel in Taiwan, his apartment, a restaurant in Gangnam, an airplane and other places.
The videos he filmed would be shared many times throughout the day, during the afternoon and night. Police reports that most of the videos are about 10 second long and taken without the women’s knowledge.
However, he was caught once by a woman he had filmed in his home back in 2015. He was forced to delete the footage as a result.
MBC reports that he shared footage as if it was a habit for him, in 2016; he had shared a photo of a woman’s body who sat ahead of him on an airplane. He sent the photo to various chatrooms with his celebrity friends.
He is now charged with 11 instances of sharing and taking illegal footage, he had been detained since March 21st.
What do you think of this?