After receiving a report that he had been assaulted at his boyfriend’s house, the police rushed to the scene and found marijuana in the house. This man, who has appeared on TV several times as the director of a dermatology department, has been charged with possession of narcotics as well as charges of special injury.
Reporter Hyung-woo Jeon reports exclusively.
A report came in at 119 PM on the 19th.
It was about his older sister being assaulted by her boyfriend in an apartment in Seoul.
After a while, my sister said it was okay and canceled the report.
The report was canceled, but the police officers of the district division who shared the 911 call went to the house to check the situation.
This is because, according to the ‘Stalking Crime Response Manual’ created in September, cases of the socially disadvantaged, such as women, must be closed after checking the scene even if the report is canceled.
Inside the house were a woman in her 20s and a man in her 40s who had injuries to their arms.
Cannabis and inhalers were also found during the search.
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Mr. A appeared on TV several times as a director of a dermatology clinic in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul.
A told SBS reporters, “The woman was self-harm, and she was rather assaulted, such as being hit in the face with a blunt weapon.”
“It is true that cannabis was found in the house, but he did not purchase or inhale it,” he said.
The police booked A and a woman in her 20s on charges of special injuries.
A is also charged with possession of narcotics, and the National Forensic Service is checking whether he has inhaled marijuana.
(Video coverage: Kim Hak-mo, video editing: Park Chun-bae)