Korean singer admits to blackmailing Lee Byung Hun for S$6 million

3 September 2014 / 2 years 1 month ago

It appears Big Hit Entertainment has now got ahold of GLAM's Dahee as they released a new statement about her alleged involvement in the blackmailing against actor Lee Byung Hun.  

A rep revealed to media outlet Star News on September 2, "The manager in charge visited the police office and returned after meeting Dahee. She has acknowledged the actions she took and apologized," also revealing that the agency workers were now in discussion over the future course of action to take.

The rep said, "We are observing closely to see the results of the issued arrest warrant. We are not yet in the stage to discuss our future position and promotion plans."

In the meantime, it was revealed that an arrest warrant for Dahee and 25-year-old 'B' was issued by the Gangnam Police Office on the charges of attempted blackmail, reports allkpop.

According to the police, back in June, the two girls sat down with Lee Byung Hun for drinks and lewd discussions, all of which was captured by a smart phone. The two girls proceeded to blackmail Lee Byung Hun with this footage for 5 billion KRW (around SGD$6.1 million).

At Dahee's house, her notebook and the cell phone with the video were seized and are likely to be analyzed by the Cyber Crime Unit at the Seoul Central Police Office shortly.

A police rep stated, "Lee Byung Hun's side reported this victimization on August 28, and these two were arrested without warrants by their dwellings in the afternoon of September 1. Currently, the police report is being used as the basis while we investigate all the facts."

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