21 Sep '11, 4am

【Yahoo! USA】 JYJ's management company declares war on malicious 'fans'

SEOUL: In a rare move, K-pop trio JYJ's management company C-Jes Entertainment on Tuesday declared war on malicious netizens who post venomous messages denigrating the group on JYJ's fan forums. "Lately, people who claim to be fans of the group have been spreading rumours and launching personal attacks on JYJ in their fan community pages. "Until now, we have been managing the incidents individually but today, we issue an official warning," said C-Jes Entertainment in a statement on their website. "We do not consider anyone who levels false accusations against JYJ as a fan and will pursue legal action." The company described the actions of such 'fans' as being akin to "crime". C-Jes Entertainment further warned that it has already secured the necessary evidence against these malicious 'fans' and would turn it over to Korea's Cyber Terror Response Center, if they do not dele...

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