Seungri’s Side Responds To New Report On Suspicions Of Him Providing Prostitution Services For An Investor
In the latest on Seungri, SBS’s “8 O’Clock News” reported on text messages exchanged in a group chat with Seungri and Yoo In Suk that point to another alleged instance of the singer providing prostitution services, this time for a Japanese investor visiting Korea.
According to SBS, about a month before Christmas 2015, Seungri talked about holding a Christmas party and “preparing thoroughly” for the investor (referred to in the report as CEO “A”) and his accompanying guests, “giving back 100 times what we received.”
Yoo In Suk, the then-CEO of Yuri Holdings, responded that they should try to make their Japanese guests want to come back, saying, “Let’s just call all the girls we know. So that there are no girls left in the clubs.”
The day after CEO “A” and his entourage arrived, Yoo In Suk said in the chatroom, “I’ll send a gift,” and asks for the addresses of the people in the chat. Two prostitutes then arrive to meet two of the members in the chatroom, after which they exchange messages that the women were from those that remained after entertaining the CEO’s party.
On why Seungri and Yoo In Suk took so much care for the visit from CEO “A,” SBS’s “8 O’Clock News” pointed to the fact that about six months later, in June 2016, Seungri opened the first branch of his restaurant chain. Later, in October, Seungri applied for the rights to use his restaurant name, which were held by the company headed by CEO “A.”
Regarding the SBS report, Seungri’s legal representative said, “All suspicions having to do with CEO ‘A’ are false.”
Meanwhile, Seungri recently sat down for an interview with Chosun Ilbo to address the various allegations against him.
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