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Suspected of insinuating that “Big S” was a drug addict, he sued the North Court and sentenced Geschi to pay 600,000 yuan! Sister agent responded | CTWANT | LINE TODAY

Suspected of insinuating that “Big S” was a drug addict, he sued the North Court and sentenced Geschi to pay 600,000 yuan! Sister agent responded | CTWANT | LINE TODAY
Suspected of insinuating that “Big S” was a drug addict, he sued the North Court and sentenced Geschi to pay 600,000 yuan! Sister agent responded | CTWANT | LINE TODAY
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Gesiqi was sued by Big S. (Photo/Photo by Zhao Wenbin)

Paparazzi Gossy previously revealed on a show that a drug dealer knew S and S, and was suspected of indirectly insinuating that the sisters were taking drugs. Later, two people filed a civil lawsuit. During the court hearing, Geschi emphasized that he had fulfilled his duty of verification and that what he said was something that could be criticized by the public. Because the artist Huang Zijiao broke the news that Big S was taking drugs, the production unit asked him to comment on the show, so he shared his views. The Taipei District Court concluded the trial today (20th) and sentenced Geschi to pay compensation of NT$300,000 each to the elder and younger S; they can appeal.

Looking back on the entire case, Huang Zijiao was involved in a sexual harassment scandal in June this year, and then exposed the shady story of the entertainment industry through Facebook Live, saying, “Big S taught me a very important lesson in life… But the problem is that they took drugs. I’ve never been able to live with it.” He accused S and Gu Junye of forcing him to take drugs. Afterwards, Geschi claimed on the show that a drug dealer knew S., and two people filed a civil lawsuit, seeking compensation of NT$4 million.

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During the trial at the Taipei District Court, the lawyer appointed by S and S said that Geschi’s untrue remarks had seriously affected the sisters’ income and job opportunities. Moreover, the interview audio file provided by the defendant was suspected to have been muted and the content was inconsistent. The time and place of the conversation were unclear. It is unknown. Even though Geschi claimed that he had fulfilled his duty of verification, no one mentioned whether Big S indeed “obtained drugs through a certain artist surnamed Huang.”

Ghoschi argued that the sound of the recording file was only reduced, not muffled. After he learned about the drug abuse in November last year, he immediately began to visit and verify it. During this period, he could not record or video every time, so when he first encountered When it came to drug use, because there was no time to record, he did not break the news afterwards. It was not until Huang Zijiao mentioned in the live broadcast that Big S was suspected of taking drugs, and the production unit asked him to comment on the show, that he expressed his opinions based on the interview content.

When interviewed, Geschi emphasized that he was only relaying the statements of Huang Zijiao, Wang Xiaofei, Zhang Lan and others and sharing past interview experiences. He did not insinuate that S had used or bought drugs. He did not understand why the sisters only sued him but did not accuse him. Huang Zijiao and others took legal action, saying helplessly, “I have never earned 1 million in my life, how can I earn 4 million?” However, the Taipei District Court concluded the trial today and sentenced Geschi to pay 300,000 yuan each to the elder and younger S; but Appeal.

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“ETtoday News Cloud” reported that Big S’s manager responded earlier, “The court has found out the facts. Hee-won and Heidi never did anything illegal, did not know drug dealers, and did not engage in drug abuse. Thank you for the justice’s return to Hee-di.” Yuan and Xidi are innocent.” Xiao S’s manager emphasized, “We will not do anything illegal and hope that everyone will stop spreading rumors in the future! Thank you.”

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