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IU to sue YouTuber for sexual harassmentBy Yoon Min-sik
Published : April 12, 2017 - 11:42
Fave Entertainment told local media that it had met with legal representatives to file charges against the man, and vowed a “strong response without mercy.”
In a follow-up video, he alleged that the comment was merely a joke and that the reporter who wrote the story on his video clip had taken it out of context.
“I really like IU and I never meant it to be derogatory or anything,” he said.
IU, 23, debuted in 2008 with “Lost Child” and has since become one of the highest-earning and prominent K-pop acts in the country.
By Yoon Min-sik (email@example.com)
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