Jho Low implicated in K-pop sex scandal (updated)


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 28 May 2019

It was alleged that YG Entertainment head Yang Hyun-suk (left) hosted dinner parties and procured prostitutes for two wealthy investors, Jho Low and a man from Thailand, in July 2014.PHOTOS: YG ENTERTAINMENT, THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK.

SEOUL, South Korea (ANN): Fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho (pic), also known as Jho Low, has been implicated in a scandal here where sexual services were allegedly arranged by YG Entertainment head Yang Hyun-suk for foreign investors during dinner parties, according to an investigative TV program reporter.

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's program Straight which aired late Monday (May 27) alleged that Yang hosted dinner parties and procured prostitutes for two wealthy investors – Low Taek Jho, a Malaysian fugitive sought by the authorities in Malaysia, Singapore and the United States in connection with the 1MDB scandal in which US$4.5bil (RM18.85bil) was allegedly embezzled from the state investment company, and a man from Thailand – in July 2014.

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