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Just recently, K-Pop idol Suzy showed her support for sex crime victim Yang YeWon.

However, she has also apologized for the damages it has caused as well. You might be confused as to how damages could have been made when she was showing support to an alleged victim.

It turns out that the photo studio where Yang YeWon was allegedly sexually harassed is no longer run by the former owners, who are currently suspected of the crime, but completely different people. After Suzy's support for the petition, many people have begun strongly voicing their intention of taking action against the studio. But the only problem was that the people involved in the sex crime were long gone and the studio was being run by new owners who had nothing to do with the crime.

Suzy released her official statement of apology on Instagram saying that she should have looked into the situation further before acting. The K-Pop idol is currently doing all she can to undo the damage caused to the innocent people through her mistake.

Additionally, many netizens have been criticizing the K-Pop idol for being careless while some have even gone as far as accusing her of being a feminist.

 

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May 22, 2018 06:03 am

I'm sorry but...why "while some have even gone as far as accusing her of being a feminist"
Since when being a feminist is some kind of crime?
I can't with this.

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May 24, 2018 05:13 am
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But also the thing is a lot of people in Korea do not like feminist IDK WHY but like for Irene they hated on her cuz she was reading a feminist book and guys are probably hating on suzy too which sucks 🙁

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May 22, 2018 03:28 pm
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Don't shoot the messenger - the author simply pulled from Korean articles.

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May 22, 2018 12:07 pm
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Yeah! Maybe the author doesn’t know what feminist means, but I’m pretty sure he, she, or neither does know.... or should know...

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May 22, 2018 02:17 am

She has damn all to apologise for and as for them suing her Why?? ...130,000+ signed the petition are they going to sue them as well ...for Christ sake she didn't even NAME the company in her later post...they might have a case against those who started the petition but against those who signed no freaking way..

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May 23, 2018 01:10 am
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Remember the present owners are upset because of their name and location being mentioned but thing though is that even if the people running the business now are innocent the real problem is the photos were taken at a Photo studio using the same name and at the same location so in effect theyve inherited the previous owners bad rep .. in the case of the petition if the owners are mentioned they might have a case but if it was just the name/location then i feel its not so clear cut..

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May 22, 2018 04:02 pm
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Understand the responsibility that comes with signing a petition. It is a legal document, which makes all signatories liable. In this case, the said company was wrongfully slandered. Hence they have a right to claim damages from anyone on the list.

The person who started the petition may not necessarily be more liable than the other signatories. (The reasoning is akin to a kid in school who shares gossip with one person; yet its someone else who actively propagates that rumour.)

Again, the company has the right to seek damages from anyone on that petition.