Iron Found Guilty Of All Charges In Assault Case

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Iron found guilty of all charges in assault case
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Iron found guilty of all charges in assault case

Ironhas been found guilty of all charges in his assault case.

His sentencing trial was held on July 20, where he was sentenced with 2 years of probation and 80 hours of community service, with 8 months of prison time if probation is broken. Originally, prosecutors had sought 1 year in prison for him.

SEE ALSO: Iron's lawyers say there is a possibility they will appeal Iron's sentence

According to the Seoul Central Police, Iron beat his girlfriend because she wasn't listening to him, causing fractures. Prosecutors said last September, while Iron and girlfriend 'A' were having sex, 'A' refused Iron's demands. He beat her face with his fists in anger.About fifteen days afterward, 'A' decided to break up with Iron. He then choked and beat her, causing injuries and fracturing her left pinky. He then threatened her by stabbing himself with a kitchen tool and then telling her that if she called the police, he would tell them she stabbed him.

Guilty on All Charges: Iron
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Guilty on All Charges: Iron

Not so long ago, I wrote about things to consider when allegations against an idol arise. In the case of rapper Iron, these allegations of physical abuse against his now ex-girlfriend have been verified, with him being found guilty on all charges. Iron has now been sentenced to 80 hours of community service and two years probation. If you’re thinking, “Hey, T.O.P got 2 years probation and a fee for the relatively victimless crime of marijuana when Iron got basically the same for repeated assaults… how the hell does that work?” then I’m 100% with you. This case has a number of fans asking what happened, how did it happen, and why did it happen?

Iron Pleads 'Not Guilty' In Assaulting Girlfriend: Rapper To Bring Ex-Girlfriend To Court To Discredit Accusations
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Iron Pleads 'Not Guilty' In Assaulting Girlfriend: Rapper To Bring Ex-Girlfriend To Court To Discredit Accusations

On Tuesday, April 18, rapper Iron was made to face the jury for the accusation of him assaulting his girlfriend. The rapper pleaded not guilty and denied the accusation.

According to Koreaboo, Iron officially denied in court that he hit his girlfriend, referred in this article as Ms. A, during their intimate moments. This was Iron's first public trial at the Seoul Central District Court.

During the court session, the prosecution stated that Iron had punched Ms. A during an intimate moment. Two weeks after, Iron allegedly hit Ms. A again that caused a severe injury that took more than a month to treat.

Iron And Ex-Girlfriends Case To Head To Second Round Of Trials This Month
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Iron And Ex-Girlfriends Case To Head To Second Round Of Trials This Month

Rapper Iron (25, real name Jung Heon Chul) has been accused of assaulting and threatening his ex-girlfriend, known as A.

The Seoul Central District Course will hold their second round of trials on the case on May 30. Their last round of trials took place on April 18, where A was applied to by the prosecution as a witness and accepted by the judge. Iron also accepted his position as defendant, which means both sides are available for interrogation in the case.

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Breaking News: BIG BANG's T.O.P Found Positive of Marijuana, Case Forwarded To Prosecutor's Office
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Breaking News: BIG BANG's T.O.P Found Positive of Marijuana, Case Forwarded To Prosecutor's Office

BIG BANG's T.O.P. is currently being investigated for the use of marijuana after the rapper was found positive for the substance during a drug testing conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in March. T.O.P., whose real name is Choi Seung Hyun, is currently serving as a conscripted police office at the Gangnam District as part of the police band unit.

According to a report by Korea Herald, YG Entertainment has issued a statement admitting that T.O.P. had used liquid marijuana or cannabis last October The agency maintained, however, that this took place before T.O.P's enlistment in February this year.