Measures are being taken to keep TWICE safe
20 Dec 2019 - 10:24 AM  UPDATED 20 Dec 2019 - 10:24 AM

JYP Entertainment have shared an update on measures being taken to protect TWICE after recent stalker threats came to light.

On December 9, JYP had addressed online posts made by someone stalking TWICE member Nayeon, stating that they were fully aware of the threats and had been requesting legal measures as well as having placed guards with Nayeon to protect her.

On December 19, JYP released a new statement updating the stalking issue, in which they said: "We have made a protective custody request to the local police, and the protective custody is currently being implemented in the area near JYP Entertainment headquarters and the neighbourhood of Cheongdam. Also, guards will be accompanying her for all activities".

The statement also confirmed the company will be taking the strongest level of action once they've reviewed all legal options. They also said that the company will be taking legal action against the creation and spreading of malicious rumours about artists.

You can read a full translation of the statement on Soompi.


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