A citizen gave a moratorium to Yoo Ah-in who ‘spent 500 million won on drugs’

Actor Yoo Ah-in (37, real name Eom Hong-sik), who is suspected of buying drugs worth 500 million won and habitually taking drugs, was hit by a bundle of money thrown by a citizen while heading to the detention center on the 21st.

On this day, Chief Judge Yoon Jae-nam, in charge of warrants at the Seoul Central District Court, held a suspect interrogation (warrant review) before the arrest of Yoo Ah-in and his acquaintance Choi (32), who are accused of violating the Narcotic Drugs Control Act (relaxation), instigating destruction of evidence, and fleeing criminals, and reviewed whether to detain them. I’m doing it.

Yoo Ah-in arrived at the courthouse this morning for his hearing with his gray hair noticeably increased. He told reporters, “I apologize once먹튀검증 again for causing great concern,” and added, “I will answer faithfully in court today and give you all the honest answers I can.”

He also said after completing the interrogation, “It is not true that evidence was destroyed. “I presented the facts well in court,” he said.

Afterwards, a citizen threw a bundle of money mixed with 10,000 won, 5,000 won, and 1,000 won bills at Yoo Ah-in as he was getting into the car to escort him to the detention center, saying, “Use it as a deposit.”

An arrest warrant was applied for for Yoo Ah-in last May while he was under police investigation, but it was dismissed. At that time, when Yoo Ah-in was released from the Mapo Police Station detention center in Seoul, he suffered the humiliation of getting his clothes wet after being hit by coffee thrown by a man.

According to the prosecution, Yoo Ah-in is suspected of habitually buying and administering medical narcotics, including propofol, worth a total of 500 million won, approximately 200 times since 2020 under the pretense of providing anesthesia for cosmetic procedures.

He is accused of illegally obtaining and administering 1,000 sleeping pills under someone else’s name, taking marijuana and other narcotics in the United States with four people including Choi last January, and forcing an acquaintance to use marijuana.






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