The ongoing legal dispute between South Korean actor Kim Hyun Joong and his ex-girlfriend Miss Choi recently took a new turn after the latter released a list of personal conversation records between the two.
The messages, which were exchanged between the celeb and his former lover since May 2014, have been made public through various media outlets. Apart from physical assault, it even hinted on verbal abuse, cheating and miscarriage.
"First you got caught sleeping with woman L by me and you beat me up over 10 times. Next you slept with a girl that works at a night bar. And then again you got caught with sleeping with woman J then beat me up and gave me bruises. My friend B saw the whole beating. It was only four days after I had surgery after carrying your baby," read one of the messages by Miss Choi, according to Koreaboo.
Since the messages have already been reportedly submitted to court as proof of evidence, netizens believe that it is original and not made up or counterfeited. However, the celeb and his representatives are yet to release any official statement on the recent accusition made by his former lover.
Earlier, Joong's legal representatives had denied all the allegations made by Miss Choi and stated that there are no evidence of a home pregnancy test, miscarriage and physical injury in any of the hospital reports.
So fans of the actor will have to wait a little longer to know more about the legal dispute between him and his ex-friend.
Meanwhile, the mention of woman "J" sparked several speculations about the celeb's relationship with Jin Se Yeon.
However, the South Korean actress denied the rumours through Twitter and wrote "It's not me, so please don't speak so rashly like that."
In the meantime, the celeb's representatives from Early Bird Ent also released a statement about the buzz. "Last year, we had sued the people involved in hate comments towards Jin Se Yeon. Since the commentors were middle and high school students, the matter was tied over with volunteer work. But malicious comments have recently come up again. This time around, the number of comments are very high, so we are considering taking legal action," Allkpop quoted the agency.