There are so many reporters that they did not attend the second
There are so many reporters that they did not attend the second round of investigation into drug charges
Actress Yoo Ah-in (Eom Hong-sik, 37) who is under police investigation for taking drugs such as propofol and cocaine was scheduled to undergo a second summons as a suspect on the 11th, but the reporters did not attend because it was burdensome.
Yoo, who is suspected of violating the Narcotics Control Act, notified the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s Drug Crime Investigation Unit earlier in the day that it was difficult to attend.
He reportedly came to the front of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s Drug Crime Investigation Unit building in Mapo-gu, Seoul earlier in the day, but returned to the scene because there were many reporters. The police notified the new date of attendance, but it has not been confirmed.
Yoo was first summoned on March 27. At the time, after being investigated as a suspect for about 12 hours, he told reporters, “I deeply reflect on the fact that I was disappointed by many people who have loved me because of something unpleasant.” “I’m sorry.”
Police will soon wrap up their investigation into Yoo. An official from the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said at a press conference on the 8th, “Some of the crimes and accomplices are almost in the final stage,” adding, “We will conduct further investigations (on Yoo) soon.”
Earlier, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety asked the police to investigate Yoo, saying there was a situation in which he habitually administered propofol. Yoo was found to have administered more than 4,400ml of propofol 73 times in 2021. The police believe that Yoo took propofol more than 100 times.
On February 5, the police executed a search warrant for Yoo’s body entering the country from Incheon International Airport, conducted a simple urine test, and asked the National Forensic Service (National Forensic Service) for a thorough evaluation.
On the same day, the police banned Yoo from leaving the country and conducted a companion investigation as a suspect. At that time, he also secured Yoo’s hair and asked the National Forensic Service to evaluate it.
However, as a result of the evaluation, it was found that Yoo took other drugs in addition to propofol. Yoo tested positive for marijuana, and the circumstances of cocaine and ketamine administration were also revealed.
Since then, police have reportedly launched an investigation after finding circumstantial evidence that Yoo administered Zolpidem regardless of medical purposes.
In addition to Yoo, the police are investigating four people around Yoo on charges of helping him take drugs or directly (violating the Drug Management Act)