Woollim Entertainment has denied all allegations of school violence regarding Cha Junho, a former member of X1, and wil...
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Woollim Entertainment has denied all allegations of school violence regarding Cha Junho, a former member of X1, and will take legal actions against people who spread the rumor.
Suspicions were raised on social media and online communities on June 9 that Cha Junho was a perpetrator of school violence during his school days. One netizen claimed that the idol committed bullying and verbal violence. As the controversy grew, the netizen deleted his post.
However, Woollim Entertainment, Cha Junho's agency, confirmed on June 9 that the rumors are malicious and untrue. Their full statement is below.
"Hello, we're Woollim Entertainment.
First of all, we would like to thank our fans for loving and caring for our trainee Cha Junho.
We are informing you about the false information about our trainee spreading online.
We have recently acknowledge that malicious and untrue postings are spreading through SNS and the online community. We immediately checked the fact and confirmed that the information was completely groundless.
As a result, we will take strong legal action to protect the artist's image that has been tarnished on various online communities, SNS and Internet media at this time.
We will continue to do our best to protect our artists and trainees by taking strict legal action without any leniency or settlement against those who spread false information and malicious, slanderous postings.
We'd like to thank all the fans who love and care for Woollim.
Cha Junho made his debut as a member of X1 through Mnet's audition program 'Produce X 101'. Returning to his trainee status after X1's disbandment, the idol is preparing to debut at his agency, Woollim.