Wheesung’s Agency Releases Official Statement Regarding Suspicion Of Illegal Drug Use
An official response has been released in response to suspicions of Wheesung being the celebrity “A” mentioned in Amy’s post.
Amy previously said that “A” took drugs with her and begged her to take the blame in the past. She also said that there is an audio recording of him sharing plans to blackmail her with sexual footage.
In response, his agency revealed the following statement on April 17:
Hello, this is Wheesung’s agency RealSlow Company.
We are clearly stating that the suspicions regarding Wheesung that were brought up via social media on [April] 16 are completely false. Wheesung has definitely not done [such actions], and if there is an audio recording as claimed by the other party, he will receive appropriate punishment accordingly.
In addition, Wheesung was already ruled not guilty regarding charges of injecting propofol in 2013 during his military service. He received a highly intensive investigation from the military police at the time, and we once again state that he was cleared of charges as it was proven that the doctor’s diagnosis was given normally for medical treatment purposes. Afterwards, he was also investigated for the use of sleeping pills, and this indictment was suspended, as well.
It is very painful for him to even release a statement to deny that it is true, and it has been a difficult decision to relay this statement. We once again express apologies for causing trouble due to past incidents.
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