'Five Fingers' Producers State, "T-ARA Eunjung's Agency Needs to Stop"
By Staff Writer | August 28, 2012 09:26 AM EDT
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The production agency stated, "This was not just a decision made by the producers and is not a problem due to PPL. Eunjung's agency needs to stop making this matter worse. If they keep saying things that are not true, we will have to take more serious action."
They continued, "Although Eunjung's agency continued to talk about unconfirmed matters, we did not speak up about it because we thought that was the last thing we could do out of respect for Eunjung. We thought that the 'T-ARA crisis' would be resolved by their agency, but due to the unclear result, we ended up holding an emergency discussion with the production team."
The production team also commented that Eunjung's removal had nothing to do with PPL as they had already lost quite a lot of money on that matter and that Eunjung being removed did nothing for that loss.
They also spoke up about making worse conditions for her contract. They stated, "Her agency knew that there were discussions about possibly removing Eunjung and so they proposed new terms for her contract, thus proving that we did not make the decision to remove her ourselves."
"The reason we did not remove her earlier is that we thought the 'crisis' would end soon. However, it did not and so we debated for quite awhile before removing her."
They ended with, "We hope that Eunjung will be able to get back on her feet soon. We wish her the best of luck."
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