On Wednesday, YouTube creator Yang Ye-won announced through a legal representative that she plans to file a lawsuit against some malicious comments. According to her announcement, she will be charging them for insult and defamation. It is expected that she and her legal team will collect comments posted online and on social media sites as they turn to take stern measures. Last May, the creator posted a video where she confessed to being a victim of a sexual crime.
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Log in to comment. Night Mode. Posted by mkim93 45 pts Friday, May 25, About a week ago, news broke out that shocked South Korea in which a popular YouTuber Yang Ye Won revealed that she was sexually harassed by 20 men. Which was then followed by an unrelated photo studio announcing its plan to seek legal action against the government petition participants who mistakenly involved the studio with the controversial case. Now, exclusive new information from Money Today has come to light that has changed the opinion of thousands in regards to the issue. The Kakaotalk chat revealed conversation information that was exchanged between Yang Ye Won and an individual the person accused and in charge of the studio at the time on July 7, , which lasted until September 30, with the YouTuber making the contact first.
Man gets 30-month jail term in YouTuber sex abuse case
In a rare case where trial proceedings are opened to the public, shining a spotlight on the treatment of vulnerable victims, YouTuber Yang Ye-won on Wednesday attended the trial of a year-old photographer surnamed Choi who has been indicted on charges of taking explicit photos of Yang and leaking them to the public. It was his second court date. At the previous session, held Sept. Mapo police officers arrest photographer Choi on allegations that he leaked explicit photos of Yang. In May, Yang accused the photographer of locking her in a studio and forcing her to pose for sexually oriented pictures in crotchless lingerie before eventually posting the pictures online.
Suzy made a mistake and she is paying for it. In May , Suzy shared on Instagram a government petition that included Once Picture's name in the hopes to bring more attention to Yang Ye Won's case. However, it turned out that the studio has nothing to do with Yang's case.