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Lee Si-young, "The tabloid rumor of a private video is groundless. Will take stern measures".

2015/06/30 | 1151 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Si-young has spoken about the tabloid rumor insisting there is a private video of hers going around. She has siad the rumor is groundless and will take stern measures against such rumors.

Lee Si-young's agency JWide Company has announced through the press release in the morning on June 30th, "Even though everything written in the tabloid is all false and groundless and has never been confirmed, the tabloid rumor is spreading without any filtering and being recycled and amplified. This has already damaged Lee Si-young's reputation seriously and inflicted wound upon her".

The agency continued "We express regrets over the false rumor and will take any and all measures including legal action to take stern response" and "Including the original spreader and all subjects who spread the groundless slanders and rumors, we will make our best efforts to stop any further damage".

Earlier on this day, rumors saying Lee Si-young's private video exists , her agency has prepared the video to threaten her and the prosecutors' office is currently investigating the matter have started spreading on SNS

Lee Si-young is currently starring in OCN's "My Beautiful Bride".

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