Former DK player – Khan, suddenly “had a deadline” while performing his military service.
Recently, Korean.net media channel reported that former League of Legends player Kim “Khan” Dong-ha was involved in a controversy with his former assistant. Specifically, a reporter from Korean.net said that while working for Khan, this player’s personal assistant had repeatedly stolen a relatively large amount of money from “Dai Khan’s personal stream account.” .
Specifically, this person stole money from Khan 3 times, with the stolen amount of 15 million won, 1st time, 5 million won for the second time, and the most recent time was 26 million won. Khan’s assistant took advantage of the player’s absolute trust in him and handed over all information about his personal stream account to him.
Then, taking advantage of the fact that Khan did not regularly check his account balance (including donations and money paid by the stream platform himself), he stole a total of 46 million won (equivalent to more than 830 million VND). VND). In the second time of stealing money, this assistant took 5 million won, but was discovered by Khan. The former SKT and DK players then asked him to write his resignation and not allow him to appear on his stream anymore.
Worse, in early November, this guy stole 26 million won from the above account, while Khan was busy with enlisting in the army. This money was originally left by Khan for the purpose of paying the former assistant’s salary, on the condition that he will work and assist in managing Khan’s communication channels while he performs his duties. military service. However, because he was fired because of the previous case of stealing 5 million won, this subject is naturally not allowed to own the above salary.
It was only when Khan suddenly fell ill and was sent home on leave by the military that he discovered that his account had lost a large amount of money. In the face of much indisputable evidence, the assistant finally had to admit his entire theft, and is likely to face trial, plus compensation for the money stolen from Khan.
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