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Clara VS Lee Gyu-tae, the end of a 10 month fight

2015/09/20 | 1233 views | Permalink | Source

Clara and Chairman Lee Gyu-tae's legal dispute has finally come to an end.

According to the Seoul Central Court, Clara submitted a letter of withdrawal on the 18th.

The 10 month dispute regarding their contract has come to an end with Clara cancelling all charges of blackmail.

Apparently they have come to a mutual agreement.

Clara claimed she was sexually harassed by Lee on the 23rd of December. She filed a case against Polaris and Lee while he claimed that she acted on her own accords, ignoring the statements on the contract. Their text messages were revealed afterwards.

Clara's father was then sued for blackmailing Lee Gyu-tae but was later found not guilty.

Clara and Lee argued about the legality of the contract but they came to a mutual agreement just 4 days before the revision trial. Now that the dispute is over, when will Clara make a comeback?

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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