Ynb Entertainment To Take Legal Action Against Dating And Departure Rumors About Knk

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YNB Entertainment to take legal action against dating and departure rumors about KNK
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YNB Entertainment to take legal action against dating and departure rumors about KNK

YNB Entertainment is taking legal action against malicious rumors for KNK.  

On July 13, the agency made an announcement via KNK's official fan cafe. The label stated, "Through fan reports and monitoring, we've confirmed there are malicious rumors and insulting posts."

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It continued, "We plan to take legal action for false information, defamation of character, and insult as the acts with malicious intent continuously harm the character and image of our artists."

JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their artists
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JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their artists

JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their label artists.

JYP Entertainment announced, "We will be taking strict legal action against all actions that harm our label artists' character. We are continuing to protect our artists legally. For a more active protection of our artists, we are not only monitoring the situation ourselves, but also taking fans' reports and checking them. The fans' reports are a big help to protecting our labels. We will be continuing to take reports about various harmful rumors and the spread of lies."

LABOUM says sajaegi rumors are false, currently taking legal action against rumors
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LABOUM says sajaegi rumors are false, currently taking legal action against rumors

LABOUM's label denied sajaegi rumors.

The rumors had started with LABOUM's win on 'Music Bank', as viewers couldn't believe a song that ranked so low on digital charts could have won. Also, the first-week album sales count of 28,000 is a very high jump from their previous album's 900 first-week sales and 3,000 total sales.

SEE ALSO: 'Music Bank' says there are no issues with LABOUM's win

However, LABOUM's label said,

LABOUM's 2nd mini album 'MISS THIS KISS' is definitely not sajaegi. We are currently pursuing a lawsuit against those writing hate comments saying this is sajaegi for spreading false information.

S.A.L.T Entertainment officially takes legal action to protect Park Shin Hye from malicious commenters
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S.A.L.T Entertainment officially takes legal action to protect Park Shin Hye from malicious commenters

Park Shin Hye's agency has officially taken legal action against malicious commenters. 

On June 2, S.A.L.T Entertainment made an announcement on their official homepage and revealed, "We have spoken with a legal representative and officially started the legal process regarding the sexually assaulting posts, the spread of false information, and malicious comments on Park Shin Hye."

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The label also explained that they have been refraining from taking legal action as they believed the various posts were something an actress, who gains much love and attention from the public, must endure. However, they ultimately decided to take action as the degree of assault has gone too far. 

Pledis Entertainment will take legal action to protect Seventeen from malicious commenters
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Pledis Entertainment will take legal action to protect Seventeen from malicious commenters

Pledis Entertainment is taking legal action for Seventeen.

On June 5, the agency shared a notice announcing their plans for legal action on their website. The announcement stated, "We have decided to proceed with legal action as we can no longer keep silent on false information, malicious posts, comments, and other acts defaming the character of Seventeen and its members."

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Pledis Entertainment stated that they will do their best to protect Seventeen and emphasized they will continue to respond with strict legal action against the malicious acts from now on.