An uproar in South Korea with the news of the temporary arrest of the former Olympiakos forward, Hwang Ui Jo, in the context of the investigation of a complaint – by his partner – for videotaping their sexual encounter, without her permission. What the international footballer claims.
According to reports, Hwang Ui Jo was arrested on November 18 by the Seoul Metropolitan Police and questioned after his partner complained that he had videotaped their sexual intercourse without her knowledge. The 31-year-old striker – with a short spell from Olympiakos – is now playing in Norwich, on loan from Nottingham Forest.
As reported in the reports from Asia, last June, a girl accused the former Olympiacos midfielder via Instagram of videotaping his sexual contacts with various women, without their consent. The posts made included videos and images of intimate scenes between Huang and several women.
Huang, for his part, had filed lawsuits for defamation and extortion. According to Huang’s lawyer, the 31-year-old footballer’s mobile phone was stolen while he was playing for Olympiacos. The person had allegedly been messaging the Asian player via Instagram since May, threatening to release the photos and videos.
Ultimately, however, the 31-year-old footballer was arrested to testify as a suspect on the charge of leaking an illegal sex video. Huang was on the South Korean delegation and after the questioning left for China, for the second game of the second round of his representative group.