The drug abuse case involving actor Yoo Ah In continues to widen and prolong. In addition to drug use, it has recently come to light that Yoo Ah In is also charged with other crimes that he committed within the same legal process.
Yoo Ah In is accused of influencing and encouraging a YouTube influencer to participate in drug use and making them his accomplice. According to The Fact, the actor personally taught people how to smoke marijuana.
In the indictment, the prosecutor explains that Yoo Ah In was known to have consumed and smoked drugs with YouTuber A and their companions B and C at a lodge in Los Angeles, California, in January of this year.
Furthermore, as explained by The Fact, it is known that Yoo Ah In sat around an outdoor table with his friends, smoking marijuana wrapped in cigarette-shaped paper. YouTuber A’s involvement occurred unintentionally when he was filming a vlog and saw Yoo Ah In and his companion smoking drugs by a pool.
To silence A, Yoo Ah In is known to have involved A in smoking drugs with him and asked Person C to persuade A to smoke marijuana. Therefore, the prosecutor believes that Yoo Ah In silenced Person A by dragging him in and making him an accomplice, even though Person A initially refused.
During this process, Yoo Ah In is known to have taught people how to smoke, saying, “That’s not how you do it,” and “Take deep breaths.”
Meanwhile, Yoo Ah In himself has been accused of regularly consuming propofol and other drugs 181 times. This revelation has garnered more hatred from netizens.
Netizens are once again criticizing him harshly for involving others, even those who refused to be part of this issue. Here are some of their comments:
“Wow, a human trash…worse than I thought.”
“Too evil to involve others.”
“Wow…he’s all over the place. He pretends to be woke and in control of everything, but then he turns into trash.”
“It’s just a prosecutor’s claim. We don’t know if it’s true. We might all be lying to each other haha. We’ll give you all loyalty.”
“This person has done so many things. Just a waste of time being a fan of yours.”
“Why do drug addicts always attract attention?”
“Ah, the reason you wanted to make them an accomplice is to prevent them from telling others.”
“Ugh, you always pretend to be a citizen and speak loudly, it’s disgusting.”