Late Aspiring Singer Was Reportedly Drugged, Sexually Assaulted, And Filmed By Famous Singer-Songwriter

The aspiring singer took her own life just a few months ago.

According to a report by MBC Newsdesk, late aspiring singer, Ms. Song (27), who took her own life back in April was drugged, sexually assaulted, and filmed by her then-boyfriend, Mr. A, who is reportedly a famous singer-songwriter that recently worked with a famous idol group.

When Ms. Song took her own life in her home, she left a will that expressed the pain she suffered due to the people around her.

I’ve been hurt by people.

— Ms. Song

Ms. Song was an aspiring singer who worked part-time and performed in a band, but according to the chat her father discovered following her passing, just two months before the incident, Ms. Song confessed to a friend that someone spiked her drink and that she only realized something horrible happened to her afterward.

He spiked my drink. I only realized he did inappropriate things to me afterwards. I can’t focus on anything, and I think my mind’s turning weird.

— Ms. Song

The accused perpetrator is reportedly a famous singer-songwriter who recently worked with a famous idol group.

A friend of Ms. Song shared that Ms. Song told her she only had one sip of her drink before passing out, and that when she woke up, she was naked while Mr. A was filming her.

But Mr. A denied the accusations through his lawyer.

This is simply a one-sided accusation. Mr. A hasn’t done anything that can be criticized legally or morally.

— Mr. A’s lawyer

And in response to a reporter’s questioning, Mr. Aclaimed that none of it ever happened.

From what I can remember and the records that I have, nothing like that ever happened. The stories that came out just half a year after our exchange are not true, and I’m cooperating more than anyone to find out the truth.

— Mr. A

Upon discovery of such evidence, Ms. Song’s father reported it to the police, and they are currently undergoing investigation to get to the bottom of the incident.

Source: Naver News