Police Question 2 Women Linked To Accusations Of Seungri Arranging Prostitutes For Business Investors
Newsis has reported that the police have questioned two women related to the accusations against Seungri that he arranged sexual escort services for foreign investors.
The outlet reports that according to the police on March 18, the metropolitan investigation unit of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency recently questioned two women who were mentioned in Seungri’s KakaoTalk group chatroom and have been under suspicion of providing services as prostitutes. The women were brought in for questioning as witnesses.
It was previously reported that in the chatroom, Seungri had said to someone named Employee Kim, “prepare a spot in the main area of Club Arena and call the girls” for a foreign investor and the people with her. The chatroom, which also involved people such as former Yuri Holdings CEO Yoo In Suk, went on to include further conversations about preparing prostitutes for the guests.
The women told police on March 18, “It’s true that we were present there, but there was nothing like prostitution services.”
Meanwhile, the police have stated that they have obtained a separate significant testimony for the case that backs up the suspicions of arranging services from prostitutes.