2:27 pm - 05/15/2019

Park Han Byul revealed to have submitted petition against her husband Yoo In Suk's detention

It was reported that Park Han Byul had submitted a petition about the potential detention of her husband, who is the former CEO of Yuri Holdings Yoo In Suk.

According to a JoongAng Ilbo report on May 15, Park Han Byul’s petition was first submitted at the questioning that was held to determine the validity of Seungri’s and Yoo In Suk’s pretrial detention warrants on May 14.

Park Han Byul reportedly submitted her three-page handwritten petition to the court through her attorney. It was revealed that she stated in the petition, “My husband has no thoughts whatsoever to get away from or avoid this situation. As [his] wife, I promise that he will continue to faithfully participate in the investigations without being detained.”

After the questioning, the court dismissed the pretrial detention warrant requests for Seungri and Yoo In Suk.

Regarding the reports, Park Han Byul’s agency Fly Up Entertainment stated, “We do not know the exact details as they are related to the actor’s personal matters.”

Source: Naver (1, 2) via Soompi
jyusou 15th-May-2019 07:40 am (UTC)
If I heard that my husband was responsible for allowing these horrible things to happen under his establishment, assuming that I am financially independent and have a strong support system, my first gut reaction would be divorce, divorce, divorce. I'm not putting my own personal integrity and reputation, nor my kid's well-being on the line for any of this shit.

But at the same time, I want to refrain from judging her decision to do this, because I don't know the reason behind it or the circumstances which would compel her to come to his aid.
adlyeith 15th-May-2019 08:27 am (UTC)
I have a hard time not judging her for this. If I discovered that my husband/significant other was participating in/enabling such terrible things, I would cut ties completely and leave him to the justice system via divorce. I can't fathom looking at what he's accused of and allowing him to be anywhere near me, much less allowing my name to be tied to his in this whole thing.
tungatunga 15th-May-2019 08:56 am (UTC)
I'm not even surprised, she never distanced herself from him and it's a good move from a lawyer point of view to have wife support in anything sex related, the whole "good wife" schtick.
rosevael 15th-May-2019 12:36 pm (UTC)
xoxkenzxox 15th-May-2019 02:13 pm (UTC)
I hope she's supporting him because it's her decision. I don't know much about her or her relationship, but I hope there was no pressure to continue to be so loyal.
goshipgurl 15th-May-2019 03:11 pm (UTC)
Welp, she had a good run.
citypolaroids 15th-May-2019 08:21 pm (UTC)
throw the whole husband away
lizanka23 15th-May-2019 08:42 pm (UTC)
Never expect rich powerful women to be the torchbearers of feminism 🤷‍♀️

Edited at 2019-05-15 08:42 pm (UTC)
rainstormraider 29th-May-2019 06:42 pm (UTC)
But he cheated on her with prostitutes. Sis, how did you run not walk to the nearest clinic to get tested? How are you standing by someone who has jeopardized your life and your career?
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