Volleyball Players Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young Accused of School Violence
In a recent development, a group of individuals who claimed to have experienced violence at the hands of volleyball player Lee Jae-young during their school days has taken legal action, providing detailed accounts of their ordeal. The victims decided to speak out after Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young denied certain facts regarding the allegations of school violence during an interview with a media outlet.
According to the law office representing the victims, Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young had previously filed a lawsuit against them, accusing them of defamation for stating false information about the alleged violence. However, it was discovered that the victims’ claims were valid, resulting in the dismissal of the charges by the prosecution.
Concerned about the potential for further harm to their reputations, the victims’ side released a statement expressing their worries about being defamed and insulted due to the spread of false information about their experiences. Furthermore, they highlighted the fact that the police decided not to pursue the case after Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young accused the victims of defamation, and despite the players’ objection, the prosecution chose not to proceed with an indictment. This decision further confirms the veracity of the school violence committed by the Korean players.
One of the victims, identified as Mr. A, provided a detailed account of Lee Jae-young’s acts of aggression. According to Mr. A, Lee Jae-young would forcefully grab a friend’s chin before practice and demand their support during games, creating a hostile environment by pressuring other players to follow suit. Additionally, Lee Jae-young implemented a “fine system” where players would be fined based on their exercise habits, with the fines fluctuating depending on Lee Jae-young’s mood. Mr. A recalled instances where Lee Jae-young would take the collected fines and use them for personal expenses while ignoring the rest of the team.
Mr. A also revealed incidents of verbal abuse and physical intimidation by Lee Jae-young. For instance, if a player forgot to leave Lee Jae-young’s belongings at the gym, he would hurl profanities and threaten them. Furthermore, during practice, Lee Jae-young would physically harm players who couldn’t meet his expectations, leaving bruises on their bodies. When players pleaded for him to stop due to the pain, he would respond callously.
Emphasizing that both Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young were perpetrators of consistent school violence, Mr. A expressed his frustration at their refusal to acknowledge their wrongdoings and apologize. Despite facing difficulties, he remained hopeful that the truth would prevail. However, he accused the players of causing further distress by spreading false information about the incidents of violence against them through media interviews.
In a previous interview, Jaeyoung Lee claimed to have written an apology for actions he did not commit, but the victims cut off all contact with him and later requested their expulsion. He adamantly denied any wrongdoing on his part.
This latest revelation raises serious concerns about the behavior of both Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young during their school years. As the investigation continues, it is essential to listen to the voices of the victims and ensure that justice is served.
Jaeyoung Lee (left) and Lee Dayoung pose. random news
Those who claim to have suffered violence at school against volleyball player Lee Jae-young have taken legal action, citing specific cases of damage.
On the 14th, the victims launched a strong rebuttal through the Daily News when sisters Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young denied some facts of recent school violence in an interview with a media outlet.
According to the law office responsible for representing victims of Lee Jae-young’s school violence, after Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young’s school violence was made public, the victims were sued by the players for ‘defamation of character’ by stating false information’, and the fact that they had suffered violence at school It was found to be true and the prosecution recently dismissed the charges.
The victim’s side said, “We have decided to release a statement as we are concerned about secondary harm, such as defamation and insult, due to false information about the victims.”
He continued, “In the case where Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young sued the victims for ‘defamation by stating false facts,’ the police decided not to forward the case, and the players raised an objection, but it ended with a decision the prosecution not to indict.” He raised his voice, saying, “It has been objectively confirmed that the school violence committed by Korean players Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young is true.”
In a statement, Mr A, one of the victims, explained in detail Jaeyoung Lee’s acts of school violence.
Mr A said, “There was a player amongst my team mates whose jaw was slightly protruding. However, Lee Jae-young suddenly grabbed the friend’s chin before starting practice and prayed, ‘Help me win every game I play,’ and forced other players, including me, to behave badly, saying, ‘Hey, you’re doing it too!'”
Also, “(Lee Jae-young) operated a ‘fine system’, saying, ‘If you don’t exercise, you will be fined,’ and the fines increased or decreased depending on Lee Jae-young’s mood. (For example) ‘You didn’t exercise much today, so you won 2,000!’, ‘You didn’t exercise properly today, so you won 1,000!’ “It was like this,” he recalled.
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He continued, “Jaeyoung Lee and Dayoung Lee used the fines collected in that manner as they wished. “When both players went to a game or training camp, they took the change and used it to buy drinks and snacks in the rest area, but most of the time they didn’t give it to the rest of the players .”
At the same time, he said, “After the practice, I had other players packing their belongings.” He added, “If a player who was on an errand forgot to leave Lee Jae-young’s luggage at the gym, he would say, ‘I’m going to go to the gym right now to look for him, but if not will show up, I’ll be looking for him, you bastard.’ “He swore at me, saying, ‘You’re going to buy it again,’ and ‘Go find me now and f*ck.'”
Additionally, “After practice, if there is a player you don’t like or a player who couldn’t answer what you asked and gave a vague answer, he said, ‘Aren’t you going to answer?’, ‘ Do the exercise properly!’, ‘Do you say X to what I said?’ I pinched my stomach enough to bruise. If the athlete is crying and asking you to stop because it hurts, you say, ‘Don’t do it? “Don’t do it?’ and he pinched me harder,” he noted.
Mr. A emphasized, “Not only Lee Da-young, but Lee Jae-young is also a perpetrator who ‘constantly’ committed school violence against many players, including us.”
He said, “It was very difficult because I couldn’t understand why Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young labeled them as criminals, instead of regretting their mistakes and apologizing, but I kept going with the belief that the truth would be definitely. come out.” He added, “However, recently, Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young “Through interviews with the media, we are once again causing extreme pain to the victims by claiming false information about the facts of violence against them by the school . and the process of reaching an agreement with them,” he claimed.
Previously, Jaeyoung Lee said in an interview with a media outlet, “I even wrote an apology for things I didn’t do, but (the victims) cut off all contact with me and later I asked for both of us to be permanently expelled. I don’t remember doing anything bad that I can hold them responsible for.” He expressed his position by saying, “There is none.”
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