The police has reportedly booked BIGBANG’s G-Dragon for a drug-related violation.
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On October 25, News1 reported that G-Dragon had been booked without detention by the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency on the charge of violating the Act on the Control of Narcotics, Etc.
The police commented, “Because it’s a case that’s currently under investigation, we cannot reveal concrete details.”
However, the police also clarified that the case was not related to that of actor Lee Sun Gyun, who is currently being investigated for drug use and stepped down from a drama earlier this week.
“This is a separate case that has no connection to Lee,” said the police.
Later that evening, when asked to comment on the matter, YG Entertainment told Xportsnews, “[G-Dragon] is currently not an artist under our agency, so it is difficult for us to make an official response.”
YG Entertainment previously revealed back in June that their exclusive contract with G-Dragon had expired.