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Go Joon-hee Tracking 16 IDs That Spread Malicious Rumors

2019/06/24 | 244 views | Permalink | Source

Internet users who have been spreading baseless rumors about actress Go Joon-hee have been handed over to the police.

Ilgan Sports announced by quoting lawyer Eom Tae-sup, Go Joon-hee's attorney, that 12 people who have been spreading malicious rumors about the actress have been uncovered.

Eom Tae-sup said, "We have found 12 people who have been making up rumors. They have been transferred to various jurisdictions across the country for investigation. One of them is living abroad and is in stay of prosecution". 16 more IDs are being tracked and they'll meet legal procedures as soon as they're found.

Go Joon-hee was embroiled in rumors regarding the Burning Sun case, but she declared that she was innocent and didn't have anything to do with it.

Later, Go Joon-hee filed complaints with the police against Internet users who created these rumors, under the Information and Communication Network Act and contempt under the Criminal Law.

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