JYP Entertainment Has Filed Criminal Charges, Applies For Restraining Order Against TWICE Nayeon’s Stalker

JYP has taken action.

Following weeks of dealing with Nayeon‘s stalker, JYP Entertainment has finally completed their first step towards legal action, filing criminal charges against him.

JYP Entertainment revealed on January 8 that they have filed both criminal charges and an application for a restraining order against the foreign male stalker.

We have filed criminal charges against the foreign stalker following TWICE member Nayeon for obstruction of business (Criminal Law article 314) at the Seoul Gangnam Police Station.

We have also completed our application for a restraining order against him, with the Seoul Central District Court back on January 7.

— JYP Entertainment

JYP Entertainment continued on why they decided to press charges.

We have already warned the stalker several times not to approach Nayeon, as he has made attempts before, but he continues to try to reach her. The stalker continues to ignore our warnings, and on January 1, the stalker boarded the same plane as Nayeon and tried to approach her again, causing a big commotion on the plane.

In addition to the above measures, we will continue to take all measures necessary to the highest degree, to ensure the safety of our artists.

— JYP Entertainment

Back on January 1, a post was uploaded on TWICE’s Instagram story hinting Nayeon’s stalker was on the same flight as them.

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Source: Star News
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