CSJH The Grace’s Stephanie Confirms That She Is Dating Former Major League Baseball Player
CSJH The Grace’s Stephanie has confirmed that she is in a relationship with Brady Anderson!
On June 26, media outlets reported that the couple had met in 2012 when Stephanie was part of a ballet troupe in Los Angeles. The two were friends for eight years before starting to date at the beginning of this year.
Later that same day, Stephanie posted a handwritten letter about the news on Instagram.
Hello, this is Stephanie.
I think that many people must have been surprised at the articles that suddenly came out today. As I don’t have an agency at the moment, I’m sorry to have to relay the news to you on social media like this.
I needed to let my boyfriend in the United States know before talking about this news, so it took a bit of time, but I am posting this letter in order to respond as soon as possible.
It is true that I am dating Brady Anderson.
I know well that confirmation was not possible without access to my personal contact information, but the articles that speculated about my retirement and ‘disappearance’ was going overboard. Please do not cause chaos through articles that have nothing to do with the truth.
I am currently in Korea, in rehearsals for my next ballet production, and waiting for casting offers from broadcasters. So I ask that reporters refrain from writing things that would hurt the fans who continue to support and cheer me on.
I hesitated about what to do, since this was the first dating news about me since my debut, but I decided that it was best to be honest.
We met through a good connection and our relationship is doing well, so please look on us kindly.
Stephanie was born in South Korea and raised in California. She joined SM Entertainment in 2004 and debuted as part of CSJH The Grace in 2005. In 2012, she began her career as a solo singer and is also active as a ballerina and musical actress. In 2016, she left SM Entertainment after her contract expired.
Brady Anderson is a former outfielder and played for major league baseball teams such as the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Cleveland Indians.
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