Actress Shin Se Kyung and A Pink‘s Bomi are starring on O’live‘s show ‘Pocha Beyond Borders‘, and the show recently released an official statement stating that hidden cameras were installed in their room.
“While we were in the final stages of filming overseas, we discovered a hidden camera disguised as a portable battery at Shin Se Kyung and Yoon Bomi’s room on September 15.” The official statement explains that an employee from the outsourced company responsible for fixed cameras brought in a personal item at his/her own discretion. O’live emphasized that it had been illegally installed by this individual. Shin Se Kyung discovered the hidden camera herself and the show confirms that the matter has been resolved. The show’s production staff members and agency immediately confiscated it, and Shin Se Kyung’s agency alerted the authorities about the individual who set up the hidden camera. A police investigation is currently underway.
The police have said that the suspect in question has confessed to his crime, saying that he installed the hidden camera because he was curious.
A source from Gangnam Police Station revealed that the hidden camera suspect has acknowledged his actions and explained that he committed the crime out of curiosity. The police are currently looking over a request for an arrest warrant as the use of cameras and filming in this case falls under sexual assault.
Fortunately, O’live has relayed that the police told them that the recorded content had not been leaked publicly yet.
A source from O’live stated, “According to the ongoing police investigation, they have confirmed that the contents of the hidden camera have not been leaked. We earnestly request that people refrain from making unconfirmed speculations.”
The only good thing about this is that the guy admitted it, so we don’t have to go through this whole dog-and-pony show with people questioning whether it’s mediaplay.