Currently Promoting Idol Accused Of Physical Abuse And Strangling His Girlfriend

The idol assaulted his girlfriend when she wanted to break up with him.

An active male K-Pop idol has been accused of dating violence by his alleged girlfriend.

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In a Nate Pann post made, the girlfriend’s friend shared that the idol assaulted his girlfriend following a date.

Hello, my friend was assaulted by an idol boyfriend during a date.

My friend made a statement to the police on February 19 and is scheduled to undergo an investigation as the victim on February 26.

I was close to both of them, so I met up with them often while the two were dating. I also saw the videos and pictures they posted together on a secret account.

Although he is not the most popular idol, he is still loved by a small number of fans. I thought be was being very shameless, so I made this post.

My friend and idol ‘Y’ have been dating for about three months. When my friend wanted to breakup, he assaulted her.

He grabbed my friend by the collar, dragged her into an alley, took her cell phone and threw it, and then strangled her to the point where she fainted.

My friend would have died if it hadn’t been for the help of people who were there. Her condition has been documented. I think it is wrong to assault someone to the point of unconsciousness simply because they wanted to end things.

I don’t think it makes sense for a person like this to continue their entertainment career.

Dating violence is also a crime. School violence isn’t the only kind of violence out there.

Please refrain from crossing the line towards the victim. This was written to inform you of what happened. She did not ‘deserve’ to be assaulted. There will be additional information added after the investigation on February 26.

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She also uploaded a series of pictures of her friend and the idol boyfriend together, including snaps of them kissing. She blurred out both of their faces to hide their identities.

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Another photo showed the text message sent by the Gangnam Police Station in relation to the investigation of the case.

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Hello, this is the Gangnam Police Station officer in charge of dating violence cases in the female youth community. I’m contacting you to provide information related to the protection and support for victims reporting dating violence.

Depending on the wishes of the victim, various safety measures can be implemented such as connecting the victim to care facilities, providing temporary accommodation, strengthening residential patrols, and renting location tracking smartwatches. Counseling, medical treatment, and legal counseling can be provided through the government-run protection agencies for female victims.

Please contact us if you have any inquiries. Thank you.

— Gangnam Police Station

Finally, she shared a series of text messages between the idol and her friend.

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Idol “Y”: It never got around to that kind of a situation.

Y: It’s something I can change.

Y: The fact that I acted like that to someone that I love…

Y: It’s a problem.

Girlfriend: No matter who you meet in the future…

Y: And because of that…

Girlfriend: …you cannot hit them because you can’t do whatever you want with them. You cannot use force against them…

Girlfriend: …or strangle them to make them faint.

Y: Yes, yes. You’re right.

Y: You’re right. It was my mistake, yes.

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Girlfriend: What should I do? Like, honestly.

Girlfriend: You assaulted me. My body is a mess.

Girlfriend: You choked me and I passed out. And my chest hurts now, too.

Girlfriend: What should I do?

Y: I-

Y: I…

Y: …apologize from the bottom of my heart. I will kneel in front of you. Can we please meet up?

Girlfriend: Why would I want to meet up with you, knowing what you’re capable of doing to me?

Y: I will not do anything to you.

Y: I just want to sincerely apologize in person.

The identity of idol “Y” has not been revealed, though the original post on Nate Pann did forecast updates.

Stay tuned for more information.

Source: Nate Pann and Backup