G-Dragon Booked for Drug-Related Violation, YG Entertainment Responds

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In a recent development, G-Dragon of BIGBANG has reportedly been booked for a drug-related violation, as reported by News1. The Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency has taken this action against G-Dragon under the charge of violating the Act on the Control of Narcotics, Etc. The police, however, stated, “Because it’s a case that’s currently under investigation, we cannot reveal concrete details.”

When questioned about the matter later that evening, YG Entertainment responded, “[G-Dragon] is currently not an artist under our agency, so it is difficult for us to make an official response.”

Previously, it had been reported that a well-known entertainer, identified as A, was under investigation following Lee Sun-kyun. The police received a statement alleging that A had used drugs during a search and seizure of female employees at an entertainment establishment.

Source – News1 Korea

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