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“There was no coercion”… Yang Hyun-suk denies allegations of retaliatory threats to public interest reporters

Yang Hyun-suk, former CEO of YG Entertainment, who was handed over to trial for forcing an aspiring entertainer to reverse his statement regarding the drug case of B.I, a former singer, has completely denied the allegations.

The 23rd Criminal Settlement of the Seoul Central District Court (Presiding Judge Yoo Young-geun) held the first trial on the 5th of Yang Hyun-suk’s first trial on charges of violating the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Specific Crimes (threat of retaliation), Yang Hyun-suk’s side gave a public interest reporter, celebrity aspirant A, for reversing his statement. He denied that he was coerced or threatened.

Yang Hyun-suk’s side denied the charges against him, saying, “It’s true that I met Han Seo-hee, but I didn’t tell him to make false statements.”

Previously, Yang Hyun-suk was investigated by the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission in 2019, when a public interest report was received by the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission in 2019, claiming that Yang Hyun-suk called a former singer trainee A, who was a supply chain, to convince, threatened, and demanded that he reverse his statement in order to dissuade B.I’s drug allegations in 2016. indicted

Photo = Reporter Baek Seung-cheol

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kang Kyung-yoon)

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