Lee Min Ho Suffered From Mental Stress Due to Malicious Comments; MYM Entertainment to Take Legal Action Against Online Trolls
Lee Min Ho is said to be a victim of online malicious comments and his agency MYM Entertainment, is not taking this lightly. Based on the reports, the postings of haters and online trolls have been excessive and already reached the level where their comments made the actor suffer from mental stress.
The psychological damage on Min Ho was said to be great that his agency thought they could not let it pass anymore. Last week, MYM Entertainment announced that it would take legal action against people who are attacking the “Heirs” actor online, Allkpop reported.
It was reported that that the agency already collected the malicious comments and those will be submitted to the court when they press libel charges against the perpetrators who were also spreading false rumors about Lee Min Ho. As posted, they will file for libel and defamation cases under Article 70, Clause 2 of the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection and Article 311 of the Criminal Law for defamation. At this point, the collected online comments were already submitted to the prosecutors at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors Office.
As posted on Soompi, part of MYM’s note for their libel charges versus the commenters reads: “We would like to inform you that we are taking legal action against those who have recklessly written posts and comments based on malicious slander and groundless rumors about actor Lee Min Ho. Because we judged that the level of excessive and repetitive postings had reached a point we could no longer overlook, we appointed a legal representative to protect the rights and interests of our artist, and we have taken legal action.”
Meanwhile, amid this legal issue versus Min Ho’s haters and trolls, the actor and his fans called Minoz showed some good deeds by donating to the underprivileged children in Korea. According to Manila Bulletin, the actor donated to 12 Community Child Centers in Jinan County in North Jeolla province in South Korea, and the recipients were at least 337 children.