[Everyday Star of Economics Today]
The National Institute of Scientific Investigations conducted the first autopsy on singer and actor Sulli (real name Choi Jin-ri, 25) and found that there is no charge of external force or killing.
An official from Seongnam Correction Police Station, Gyeonggi, said, “We received oral findings that no suspicion of killing was found.”
“No suspicion of killing was found, which means that there was no evidence of suspicion of death by an external force.” “The final autopsy result in writing takes a few days. If there is no suspicion of killing, it will be terminated.
Sulli was found dead at 3:20 pm in her home in Simgok-dong, Seongnam-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do. When Sulli’s manager didn’t get in touch with Sulli at 6:30 pm the day before, the manager found her dead.
The Gyeonggi Seongnam Correction Police Station, which is in charge of Sulli’s death, applied for an autopsy warrant at the Seongnam Branch Office of Suwon Prosecutor’s Office to identify the cause of death last afternoon. As a warrant was issued, the autopsy began at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation.
Sulli, who entered the entertainment industry through the 2005 SBS drama ‘Seo Dong-yo’, began to sing as a member of the 2009 f-x group, and became a ‘Ratchata’, ‘Hot Summer’ and ‘Electric Shock ( Electric Shock) ‘and’ First Wisdom Teeth ‘. After leaving the team in 2015 and turning into an actress, she made distinct actings in a number of films such as Pirates, Bandits Who Go to the Sea, Fashion King, and Real.
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