Lee Da-young and Lee Jae-young (right)
Lee Jae-young, who left the V-League after being accused of being a perpetrator of school violence, 토토사이트 has become controversial for revealing that she was asked to pay hundreds of millions of won in settlements to her victims.
In a recent interview with a media outlet, Lee Jae-young said, “I still don't understand their behavior. I don't want to be accused of something I didn't do,” and that she had apologized several times for her behavior, saying, “I'm sorry,” and wondering about her intentions in revealing the “abuse” more than a decade later.
Lee claimed that he initially wrote an apology at the victim's request, but the meeting never took place. “I wrote an apology for something I didn't even do, but they cut off all contact and later demanded that we both be permanently banned,” 스포츠토토 he said.
“I don't remember doing anything bad to them that I'm responsible for,” Lee said. I can clear up misunderstandings, but there's no reason to take responsibility for something I didn't do.”
In particular, he claimed that the victims had appointed lawyers and demanded money, asking for a settlement of 100 million won per person.
However, Lee stood his ground, saying, “I can never give them money even if I quit volleyball,” and the settlement fell through.
“One victim contacted us separately and said, ‘I'll write a settlement for $10 million if you don't tell the other victims,'” he said, 스포츠토토맨 casting doubt on the intentions.