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So, medyo nakutuban na ako (At that point, my instinct kicked in.),” Bediones said.“You know how it is when you feel really sick in the pit of your stomach, you’re like, ‘okay, there’s something wrong,’” he added.And we shot a, I think it was a two-hour long video…it was a video that just kept on rolling, and we were changing the positions of the laptop,” he said.Laptop repair After filming the video and forgetting about it, Bediones said he had his laptop repaired due to a battery problem.has been accused of sexual harassment and the case is currently pending police investigation.Like his group mate Minho who I only know because he keeps acting in dramas and continues being a good looking plank of wood, Onew came to my awareness after being a notable supporting actor in the mega hit K-drama as a member of the disaster area medical team.They happen to the best guys, they happen to the worst guys. Do you know how to take this and try to turn it into a positive?If there’s any way to turn it into a positive,” he said.
He initially refused to approach the authorities for help to avoid turning it into a big issue.
Three months later, he received snail mail which included screencaps of the video, accompanied by messages threatening to spread the video if he does not meet the sender’s demands.
“The message was ‘tawagan mo kami, mainipin kami pero madali kausap’ (‘give us a call, we’re impatient, but we are willing to compromise’),” Bediones said.
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“There were a couple of reporters trying to make a story out of it…I guess it was (the) goodwill that I was able to spread throughout the years in show business,” he said.