“It would be fun if it was released.” Hwang Ui-jo’s brother-in-law, who spread and threatened the video, was arrested and prosecuted

Hwang Ui-jo’s brother-in-law, who is accused of spreading and threatening sex photographs of Hwang Ui-jo (31, Norwich City), the national soccer team, was put on trial in custody.

The Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office announced on the 8th that it has arrested Hwang Ui-jo’s brother-in-law A on charges of filming and distributing cameras and threatening retaliation under the Special Act on the Punishment of Sexual Violence Crimes.

In June, A is accused of threatening Hwang Ui-jo by posting photos and videos of Hwang Ui-jo and women on social networking services (SNS), claiming that he was Hwang Ui-jo’s ex-lover.

Hwang Ui-jo filed a complaint with the police against A, saying he received a threatening message saying, “It will be fun if it is released” and “Look forward to it.” 스포츠토토

The police arrested A and arrested him and sent the case to the prosecution on the 22nd of last month.

The prosecution conducted complementary investigations, including investigation and forensic analysis of those involved in the case, analysis of mobile phones and letters, and checking accounts and phone calls, to confirm that the suspect distributed personal videos, demanded cancellation of the complaint, and threatened.

On the other hand, Hwang Ui-jo is under police investigation for illegally filming sex partners (filming using cameras, etc.) under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act. Hwang Ui-jo claims that the filming was done by agreement with the other party, but the victim refuted that he never agreed to film the video.

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