Hwang Ui-jo admits filming, but says, “It’s not illegal.” 4th police summons

Ten days after the third investigation on the 15th, the fourth investigation
was admitted to filming Stick to “It’s not illegal”

The police re-summoned Hwang Ui-jo (32, Nottingham Forest), who was accused of illegal filming and ‘secondary assault’, after 10 days.

According to the police on the 26th, the Cyber ​​Investigation Unit of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency summoned Hwang Ui-jo, who was suspected of using cameras, etc., under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act on the afternoon of the previous day (25th) to investigate again.

It has been 10 days since the third investigation on the 15th.

Hwang Ui-jo admitted to filming in this investigation, but was found to have maintained his previous stance that it was not illegal as he filmed with the consent of the other party.

Previously, Hwang Ui-jo was asked to appear by the police twice, on the 27th of last month and the 5th of this month, but did not comply due to club circumstances and other reasons.

Afterwards, Hwang Ui-jo, who responded to the police’s request to appear, was investigated privately on the 12th, 15th, and 25th of this month.

The police searched and seized at least 9 devices, including Hwang Ui-jo’s cell phone and laptop, and conducted forensics. The investigation is continuing after banning Hwang Ui-jo from leaving the country through the Ministry of Justice on the 16th.

On the 17th, Hwang Ui-jo’s side submitted an application to evade the investigation team to the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s Office of Hearing, Audit and Human Rights, stating, “I cooperated with the investigation, but the ban on leaving the country is unfair.” However, the police decided not to accept the application.

Meanwhile, two people, including Hwang Ui-jo and Hwang Ui-jo’s legal representative, have been additionally booked on charges of disclosing information that could identify the victim while issuing a statement denying the allegations of illegal filming.

The Sexual Violence Punishment Act stipulates that anyone who discloses personal information that can identify and identify a victim will be punished by imprisonment for up to three years or by a fine of up to 30 million won. 19가이드03

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