Hwang Ui-jo’s sister-in-law also threatened the victim… Send a picture and say “I will upload” in English

The prosecution’s investigation confirmed that A, the brother-in-law of Hwang Ui-jo, a soccer player accused of distributing illegal filming, threatened not only Hwang but also the victim. In particular, A used English in the process of threatening the victim and Hwang.

According to the prosecution’s indictment secured by Oh My News, A sent a video call capture photo to B, a victim, and a sexual video capture photo to Hwang on social media at his parents’ home in Seoul. In the meantime, he sent a message to Mr. B, such as “I will upload photos,” and to Mr. Hwang, “I have a lot of videos. I’ll upload soon.”

Afterwards, A posted five videos and photos of Hwang, B, and another victim, C, on social media at Hwang’s accommodation in Gyeonggi-do on June 25. A, who used an account different from the one that sent the threat message earlier, also impersonated himself as “a woman who met Hwang?”

“There are many things on Hwang’s phone that we don’t know if he took the picture with the consent of women or if it was a hidden camera. It was no different from the golden phone that I only heard about. Isn’t this a crime?” he also posted.

Soon after, Hwang announced in a handwritten statement, “The (spoiled A) was a criminal and a person who threatened me,” and filed a complaint with the police against the spreader. Then, on June 30, A sent a message to Hwang via e-mail twice, along with various videos and photos, such as “Receive the complaint and send evidence.”

It seems that Hwang later learned that the distributor was his wife A during the police investigation. A, who was arrested on the 16th of last month, was recently put on trial, and in the process, Hwang filed a non-penalty letter. 온라인경마

On the 8th, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office’s Women and Children’s Crime Investigation Division 1 (Chief Prosecutor Jang Hye-young) indicted A on charges of violating the Act on Special Cases concerning the Punishment of Sexual Violence Crimes (threatening the use of cameras, etc., threatening the use of filming materials, etc.) and the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Specific Crimes (retaliation threats, etc.). A’s first hearing is scheduled to take place on the 8th of next month.

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