Actress Clara’s representatives revealed that she did not attend Ladies’ Code’s EunB and RiSe’s funerals because “that was the time period when there was already friction with Polaris.”
Clara’s associates revealed on January 19 that “At the time of the funerals for Ladies’ Code’s EunB and Rise, there was already friction between Clara and Polaris. She had never met Ladies’ Code before, and she didn’t even know them. How could she attend when there were such troubles?”
The associates also questioned the text messages that were revealed. They said, “The text messages were not in order, nor were they professional. We don’t understand why they were edited like this before they were revealed.”
Earlier, on January 14, Channel A revealed, “Clara felt sexually harassed by her agency’s CEO, Mr. Lee, and declared her wish to leave in September of last year. Then at the end of last year, she filed a lawsuit against her agency for the nullification of her contract.” Polaris had sued Clara last October for intimidation and making threats, and last month, Clara filed a countersuit against Polaris for nullification of her contract.
Earlier on January 19, Dispatch revealed the text messages exchanged between Clara and the CEO of Polaris, rekindling the debate on whether or not Clara’s claims of sexual harrassment against the CEO of Polaris were true. In the texts, it was revealed that Clara did not attend EunB and RiSe’s funerals and the conversations between Clara and the CEO around the event were revealed.
Polaris associates commented on the texts, “We haven’t yet been able to look at the whole thing, but the revealed information is accurate.” They added, “We didn’t reveal the texts on purpose. We’re still checking on how the text messages were leaked.”