Late Jung Ah Yool’s actor friend reveals she was “treated inhumanely” on set
A couple of days ago, rookie actress Jung Ah Yool was found after hanging herself in her home, shaking up the entertainment industry with the news of her death. With the investigations into the reason behind her suicide still going on, a fellow actor friend of hers recently shed some light on her work environment.
The friend lamented the death of Jung Ah Yool, writing, “Suicide should never be the solution so everything’s so upsetting. When I first met her, it was so nice to see her bright smile. I thought that she was such a nice and innocent person when I talked to her and thought that she would grow to become a successful actress.“
“I am seriously resentful of that person who did not give her strength on the filming set, but instead treated her inhumanely. You’re going to pay for your sins!!! I hate them all… It would have been different if just one person had warmly hugged her, consoled her, gave her strength, supported her, or gave her hope.”
As previously reported, the actress was also said to have suffered from depression.
Source + Photos: Kuki News via Naver
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