Police in Gangnam acknowledged Monday they are going to drop rape feesopposed to boy workforce member Park Yoo-chun since it should existvery unlikely to turn out coercion.
Police also said they'vediscovered evidence of blackmail viathe primarylady who accused Park of rape, in addition her boyfriend and every other acquaintance. Their findings may be submitted to prosecutors this week.
A police spokesman said, "Park's DNA was once found at theundies of the 1st female who accused him of rape, yet that becameno longeradequate to prove there has been coercion".
Police also said interviews with 3 other ladies who have stepped ahead and also accused Park of rape did now not yield any transparent evidence of forced sex.
But police came upon evidence supporting Park's claim that he was blackmailed by the first accuser. Earlier, Park filed slander rates against the woman, her boyfriend and acquaintance, prompting police to slap them with a trip ban.
Police said they discoveredmonetary records appearing the move of a definiteamount of money from the bank account of the top of Park's skillfirm into the account of the woman.
Meanwhile, police are taking into account whether to fee the 4 women with slandering the singer. Park and one of the most women would possibly face punishment for prostitution and paying for sex.
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