The Givers CEO Ahn Seong-il, who has been accused of being the mastermind behind the Fifty Fifty accident, has been revealed to have forged his academic and career documents. Read More – Le Sserafim’s Fairytale Pictorial for D-ICON is a Dream Come True
According to a report by News1, Ahn claimed to have graduated from Chung-Ang University’s Department of Business Administration, but the university has no record of him being a student. He also claimed to have worked for Star Crew ENT, Blossom Pictures, Blossom Story, Warner Bros. Korea, and Vitamin Entertainment, but none of these companies have confirmed his employment.
The Fifty Fifty accident refers to the case of a group of teenage girls who were forced to sign unfair contracts and exploited by their managers. Ahn is alleged to have been involved in the management of the group and to have been responsible for the unfair contracts.
The revelation that Ahn forged his academic and career documents is a serious blow to his credibility. It also raises questions about his involvement in the Fifty Fifty accident.
If Ahn is found to have falsified his documents, he could face criminal charges. He could also be sued by the victims of the Fifty Fifty accident.
The case is still under investigation, and it is unclear what the outcome will be. However, the revelation that Ahn forged his documents is a significant development. It suggests that he may have been involved in the Fifty Fifty accident in a more nefarious way than previously thought.