Police suspect more stars involved in OWE's CEO case

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19 Apr – Another discovery in the investigation of Open World Entertainment's CEO Jang Seok-won.

According to Allkpop website, the police revealed that more stars are being suspected of having participated in the sexual abuse of over 10 trainees. They were able to discover that another adult singer not from the agency allegedly participated in the abuse as well.

They also revealed that arrest warrants for two people in Open World Entertainment will be issued so as to further their investigations - an idol member and an idol management executive who used to be a singer.

The police reported that the CEO had been suspected of abusing his trainees since 2008, among them a rookie actress.

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