Lawyer Of Goo Hara’s Boyfriend Says Client Never Intended To Blackmail With Sex Tape
Following a countersuit from Goo Hara regarding alleged coercion and blackmail with a sex tape by her boyfriend (hereafter referred to as “A”), A’s lawyer, Kwak Jun Ho of the law firm Chung, revealed his client’s stance in an interview with Star News on October 4.
“A had no intention of blackmailing Goo Hara with the video,” said Lawyer Kwak. “I confirmed with A, and he told me that Goo Hara herself filmed the video and that he asked her why they had to do so. However, he eventually gave in and agreed to film the video.”
The lawyer said, however, that he himself has yet to see the video. “I should have taken a look to confirm the truth, but because it’s a private matter of the two involved parties,’ I have yet to look at it.” He adamantly stated that the video will never be released. “Apart from what A sent Goo Hara through text, the video has not been released anywhere,” he said, and added, “Goo Hara was mistaken when she thought that A sending her clips of the video was with the intent to blackmail her.”
“According to A, he sent parts of the video to Goo Hara as memories to cherish. If the video were to get out, A would also be impacted greatly, not just Goo Hara, so why would he release it?
“Even if [A had sent Goo Hara the video], neither I nor A have once mentioned the video. We hoped that, because Goo Hara is a female celebrity, the situation wouldn’t get any bigger. However, because of a certain news outlet, it was revealed that A sent a sex tape to Goo Hara. We’ve never revealed this to anyone.”
Lawyer Kwak said that though Goo Hara and A are currently locked in conflict through lawsuits, the possibility is there that they may come to terms.
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