More developments on Park Si Hoo’s alleged rape case
On February 26, the National Forensic Science department reported that there were no traces of drugs found in tests on the alleged rape victim in the sexual assault saga involving popular actor Park Si Hoo. Though no drug reactions were detected in the accuser’s hair, blood or urine, the local police did not rule out the possibility of substance abuse as new drugs are said to diffuse rapidly in the human body.
Earlier reports stated that Park and the accuser met on February 15 and “A” claimed to have passed out after just a few drinks, only to discover when she woke up that she had been raped. The alleged victim later reported that she could have been drugged, which added one more offence to Park’s case on top of the sexual assault.
The accuser, known as “A”, shared her suspects on Park’s junior “Kim” being a fellow accomplice to the offence as he was also drinking with the actor on the night of the incident.
Based on the evidence gathered, the police have verified that “A” lost consciousness only when she arrived at Park’s apartment as she was seen to be awake when she left the pub.
Park has been summoned to appear for a questioning which will take place tomorrow.