The incident was reported final month.
A lady who was recognized as a stalker of BTS’s V has been summoned by the police, in keeping with latest studies.
The Seoul Gangnam Police Station revealed on November 17 that they’d issued a no-detention summon to “A,” a lady in her 20s, suspected of violating the “anti-stalking” regulation and trespassing.
Ms. A allegedly stalked the BTS member on October 28 at round 6:30 pm. She took the elevator, approached V, talked to him, and even handed him a wedding registration type. Ms. A left the scene afterward, however the police began investigating the incident after receiving a report from the safety guard.
After the incident was made public final month, V reassured followers that he was okay by way of a publish on Weverse.
Ehey, I’m okay~~ [cutely] don’t fear.
— BTS’s V
Nevertheless, through the investigation, some scary particulars in regards to the accused got here to the floor. It was found that the accused had visited V’s house a number of instances earlier than. Consequently, the police swiftly imposed an emergency restraining order on Ms. A, which prohibits her from being inside 100 meters of the singer’s neighborhood and contacting him by way of messages or cellphone calls.
Prior to now few months, a number of BTS members have been the goal of stalkers, pushing them to name out such habits publicly. The group’s company, BIGHIT MUSIC, additionally launched an announcement in September this yr, outlining their stricter “No Settlement Coverage” for BTS’s stalkers.
Our firm is dedicated to ongoing efforts to get rid of unlawful actions towards our artists, even when it takes time. We’ll proceed to stick to strict measures and our coverage of no settlement and no leniency to carry suspects accountable.
— BIGHIT MUSIC
If Ms. A is discovered responsible of the stalking expenses, she might be going through as much as three years in jail or ₩30.0 million KRW (about $21,200 USD) in fines, as per the revised anti-stalking regulation of South Korea.