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T-ARA 'Litigation Bomb', 12 Media-Civil-Criminal Lawsuits

By Staff Writer | September 11, 2012 01:18 PM EDT

T-ARA 'Litigation Bomb', 12 Media-Civil-Criminal Lawsuits
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GIrl group T-ARA has begun their 'litigation bomb' on the media. T-ARA has been filing lawsuits for all media that has been talking about the 'T-ARA crisis'.

A T-ARA official commented, "Last month, T-ARA filed 12 lawsuits against media companies. Today they received 9 lawsuits to be taken to the Central District Prosecutors' Office."

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Media that they have filed lawsuits for range from sports newspapers to online sites. An official commented that all the news articles that were released after the 'crisis' was too much and that they needed to be stopped. There had been too many unconfirmed rumors roaming around which in turn made a negative impact on T-ARA.

Due to these overflow of news release from the media since the 'T-ARA crisis', the agency has decided to prosecute and type of media that releases unconfirmed facts.

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