'Street Woman Fighter' Contender Emma Set To Debut In A Girl Group In 2022 But Is Now Getting Sued By Talent Agency
Emma Song, a contender for 'Strong Woman Fighter' is getting sued by a talent agency company after it was revealed that the talented dancer was supposed to debut in a girl group this coming 2022.
Emma who joined Mnet's 'Strong Woman Fighter', where girls are pitted against one another to find the best female dancer in Korea, supposedly did a breach of contract with Dread Alliance. Emma is currently part of the dance group Want on 'Street Woman Fighter'.
According to the claims made by Dread Alliance, they will be asking for compensation from Emma and are planning to sue if she does not fulfill her contract with them. Furthermore, they pointed out that Emma turned against them by participating in activities, such as being backup dancer for idols, and joining Mnet's show without their knowledge.
Dread Alliance released a statement regarding there complaints towards Emma, which reveals there plans to bring her to court.
"Hello. This is Dread Alliance. We are preparing to formally sue Emma (Song Hye Min) for compensation in damages. She had signed an exclusive contract with us as a trainee in 2019 and was preparing to debut in a girl group under our company and other partner companies in January 2022 after a period of training but she had unilaterally notified us about voiding the contract due to her own personal change of mind," the first part of the released statement said.
In addition to that, they are pushing the fact that Emma was a troublemaker during her trainee days. Emma has yet to address Dread Alliance's claims.
In other news, Emma is raising a complaint against the production team of Mnet's 'Strong Woman Fighter' after she was depicted in bad light in the last episode of the dance show. In the show, it was claimed that she was not attending dance practices, which she denies.