“Euijo, there’s a lot of girls”. Hwang Ui-jo’s brother-in-law wrote a threatening message in English

It was revealed that Hwang Ui-jo (31, Norwich City), a national soccer team under investigation for illegal filming, threatened the victim by sending a picture not only to Hwang but also to the woman himself. In particular, the contents of the prosecution’s investigation, which threatened Hwang Ui-jo by sending an English message pretending to be a foreigner, were released on the 15th.

According to the indictment of Hwang’s brother-in-law A released by News 1 and others, A sent a capture photo of the video of the victim B’s naked video call with Hwang using social networking services (SNS) at his home on May 7 this year.

Mr. A pretended to be a foreigner and threatened by sending text messages such as “Is this you?” “Uijo has a lot of girls,” and “I will upload photos.” 사설 토토사이트

The police are investigating the circumstances in which Hwang filmed without consent during a video call with the victim. B is said to be in the position that Hwang demanded to expose his body during a video call and did not know that the video was recorded.

On the 8th, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office arrested and indicted Hwang’s brother-in-law A on charges of filming, repelling, and threatening retaliation using cameras under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act.

A is accused of claiming to be Hwang’s ex-lover in June, sharing photos and videos of Hwang and women on social media, and claiming that Hwang had relationships with many women and caused damage. A is known to have served as Hwang’s manager.

Hwang is also under police investigation separately from this case. The issue is whether the sexual intercourse partner was illegally filmed. Hwang claims that he filmed the video after agreeing with the other party, but the victim is fighting for truth, saying that he has never agreed to film the video.

The Korea Football Association has decided not to select Hwang as a member of the national soccer team until a clear conclusion is reached by the investigating agency.

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