Local news source Dispatch has once again released documentation related to the alleged assault and battery case against Kim Hyun Joong filed by his girlfriend, “A.”
According to a Soompi report, Dispatch published pictures of the injuries “A” allegedly obtained from abuse by Kim Hyun Joong, as well as the injury certificate from the hospital that “A” submitted to the police for investigation.
“A” claims she received these injuries at Kim Hyun Joong’s house on May 30 of this year. “A” claims that as of May, the two were dating and had been fighting over Kim Hyun Joong’s issues with other women, and that on May 30, the arguing led to physical abuse.
According to the injury certificate, the doctor who examined her observed that “A” suffered spraining and bruising on her left shoulder joint, and she experienced tenderness and bruising in her chest, both arms, left hip, and left side of her face. The doctor prescribed a two-week recovery period.
Currently, the police have finished questioning “A.” The date has yet to be set for Kim Hyun Joong’s questioning, although it is expected to take place in early September.
The case was first revealed to the public on August 22. Dispatch reported that “A,” Kim Hyun Joong’s girlfriend of two years, pressed criminal charges against the star for repeated instances of assault and battery between May and July of this year.
In response, a representative from his agency Key East spoke to news agency Osen, stating,“Through police investigation, the truth will clearly be revealed… In order for this issue to be resolved quickly, [Kim Hyun Joong] will fully cooperate with the police investigations as soon as he returns from Thailand.”
Kim Hyun Joong had followed through with his schedule to perform at his solo concert in Bangkok on August 23.
With both sides of the case having contrasting opinions, Kim Hyun Joong has expressed his interest in speeding up the process by going in for the testimony as soon as possible.
As the singer is scheduled to hold a concert in China on August 30, his agency has requested to hold the questioning before the end of this week, but no confirmed news of the exact date have been released.