The Korean Entertainment Management Association to halt Clara's activities as an entertainer in Korea

AKP article: The Korean Entertainment Management Association released their official statement regarding the current controversy with actress Clara, who has become embroiled in a complicated lawsuit with Polaris Entertainment.

The shortened version of the official statement on January 28 says:

"Korean Entertainment Management Association's special organization, the Rewards and Punishment Mediation Ethics Committee, has adopted the important matter in relation to Clara, actress of popular culture and arts, that has recently broken out and express its ethical stance in order to help the wholesome development of the Korean entertainment business.

While the results of the investigation have not been released yet, Clara, as an involved party of the dispute that has arisen from a problem involving her contract with the agency and is becoming a controversy, can been seen as an even more severe problem as the situation is receiving a lot of public criticism from society and the sensitive topic of sexual humiliation is especially becoming a public controversy; therefore, the aftermath could have an impact on even the public.

As a Korean star and an involved party of the incident that has become a problem, Clara should have garnered the understanding from the public for her activities as a celebrity, respected that, and as a public figure, should have sincerely taken responsibility and behaved with self-discipline, but she has not sufficiently led with that, so we believe we must check her from continuing her activities as an entertainer."

SEE ALSO: Clara revealed to have paid off cancellation fee to her former agency, Galaxia Communications

Looks like she won't be active for a while, at least not in South Korea!  Meanwhile, her movie 'Working Girl' is currently still in theaters, so there are some concerns about whether her current scandal will have an effect on the movie.        
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