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Accused of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment, Kang Ji-hwan Kicked Out of Drama

2019/07/11 | 3393 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kang Ji-hwan, who has been arrested for sexual assault (rape) and sexual harassment, has been dishonored and kicked out of the weekend drama he's currently in.

Through an official statement, Huayi Brothers announced, "Kang Ji-hwan has been withdrawn from the drama".

"We are in search of someone to replace him and we will make the effort to make sure no harm comes to it".

However, whether or not the drama, "Joseon Survival", will continue to broadcast is still up in the air.

Kang Ji-hwan is accused of having sexually assaulted and sexually harassed two women staff members in their rooms after they fell asleep after drinking at his house in Opo, Gwangju on the 9th.

The Gwangju police requested an arrest warrant for Kang Ji-hwan on the charges of quasi-rape. The warrant hearing will be held at the Sungnam branch of Suwon District Court at 11AM on the 12th.

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