It was revealed that A, the brother-in-law of Hwang Ui-jo (31, Norwich City), a soccer player accused of distributing illegal filming, sent photos not only to Hwang but also to the victim. In particular, A used English pretending to be a foreigner in the process of threatening.
According to the indictment of Hwang’s brother-in-law A obtained by News 1 on the 15th, A sent a captured photo of a video of the victim B making a video call with Hwang naked using social network services (SNS) at his home on May 7 this year.월카지노
In an English message, A was found to have pretended to be a foreigner, saying, “This is you, right? There are a lot of women in the prosthetic arm. I’m going to post pictures again.”
Police are investigating the situation in which Hwang filmed without consent during a video call with the victim. B is said to be in a position that Hwang asked for his body to be exposed during the video call and did not know the video was recorded.
On the day he threatened B, he sent a screenshot to Hwang, saying, “I have a lot of your videos. You have a lot of girls. What will happen if these videos are released? It will be fun,” and threatened him in English by saying, “It’s a taste photo. Look forward to it. I will upload it soon.”
On the 8th, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office arrested and indicted Hwang’s brother-in-law on charges of filming, distributing, and threatening retaliation using cameras under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act.
Hwang is under police investigation on charges of illegally filming sex videos apart from A’s case.
Hwang issued a statement on the 22nd of last month and claimed that it was “an agreed-upon shooting, not an illegal shooting,” but at the same time, he made remarks that could identify the person appearing in the video, sparking controversy over the second assault.
The Korea Football Association said it would not select Hwang as a national team member until the results of the investigative agency are released.