Actress Clara has counterattacked chairman Lee Gyu-tae.
Clara and her father were initially charged with blackmailing the chairman of Polaris Entertainment, Lee Gyu-tae but they were acquitted. . ... Read more
After Clara and her father Lee Seung Kyu have been cleared of the suspicions of blackmailing Polaris Entertainment”s director Lee Kyu Tae, Clara”s side is careful to reveal anything about their current situation to the public.. ... Read more
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On July 15, the Korean outlet Daily Sports reported that actress and model, Clara (Clara Lee) could seek civil suit charges against her former CEO, Lee Kyu Tae. . ... Read more
Replaced Into Once accused of blackmailing Il Gwang Gong Yeong CEO Lee Kyu Tae
Usally Called the Polaris Entertainment
Durable> CEO because Polaris
Is A Section Of the Il Gwang Gong Yeong Group), has been
Blameless in court. . ... Read more
Actress Clara is free of the claim that she threatened chairman Lee Gyu-tae from Ilgwang Group.
According to the news, the Seoul Central Court pressed charges on the chairman for intimidating Clara and HR manager Kim as if he was going to physically inflict harm on them. . ... Read more
Prosecution clears Clara of suspicion of blackmailing Polaris CEO + charges the CEO instead for threatening Clara
In a turn of events, it has been revealed that the prosecution has cleared Clara from suspicion of threats, while pressing charges against Polaris Entertainment“s CEO Lee Kyu Tae.. ... Read more
The next court date for Clara and Polaris Entertainment to argue their respective cases will be July 1 as planned!
It was revealed that Clara had, once again, requested for a postponement of the date. Last time, both sides had agreed on pushing back their schedule for appearance in court, successfully delaying it by four weeks. This time, she applied, but was rejected by the Seoul Central District Court. . ... Read more
Clara submitted court documents on June 24 asking to withdraw witnesses and to postpone the arraignment in the lawsuit against Polaris Entertainment, according to Seoul Central District Court. . ... Read more
Clara“s former CEO has been sentenced to 7 years of prison for fraud and document forgery.
CEO Cho of her former label Martin Kyle was originally sentenced to 9 years of jail time, but the sentence was lowered to 7 years at his 2nd hearing. CEO Cho founded Martin Kyle for PPL (product placement) purposes in dramas and variety shows. In March 2012, he was introduced to a lawyer “A”, and convinced “A” to invest funds in Martin Kyle. . ... Read more
Clara and Polaris Entertainment“s first date for argument in their civil suit took place on May 27 at the Seoul Central District Court.
Clara”s legal representative met with the media in front of the court afterwards and said, “The sexual humiliation Clara had felt from CEO Lee Kyu Tae is just one of the reasons she filed a lawsuit for the nullification of her contract. The trust between the two parties had broken, and Polaris is the cause of this, so she filed the lawsuit.” . ... Read more