The company is still proceeding with various legal measures
19 Mar 2020 - 9:15 AM  UPDATED 19 Mar 2020 - 9:15 AM

JYP Entertainment has updated fans and media on measures being taken to protect TWICE's Nayeon against a stalker.

The stalker approached Nayeon in January while she was on a flight from Japan. On January 8, JYP Entertainment confirmed they had filed a restraining order and pressed criminal charges against him. 

On March 18, Korean outlet Star Today reported that a source from JYP Entertainment said that the restraining order against the stalker had been withdrawn, due to problems with delivering it. The agency will proceed with the restraining order once more if and when the stalker returns to Korea. 

The source also said that the criminal charges are still in place and that when the stalker returns to Korea, Immigration Services will make police aware so that he is directly taken into custody from the airport.



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