Accountant Jeong Young-hak, the owner of Cheonhwa-dongin 5, who had been promoting the project since the early days of Daejang-dong's development, filed a complaint with the prosecution, claiming that he was blackmailed and threatened by his business partner, Jeong Jae-chang.



According to the legal community today (26th), accountant Jung filed a complaint against Jung Jae-chang with the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office on charges of blackmail and intimidation.



Accountant Jeong demanded 15 billion won, saying, 'I will expose the fact that he bribed Yoo Dong-gyu, the former head of the planning division of Seongnam Urban Development Corporation.'



Former general manager Yoo is accused of receiving a total of 325 million won from Attorney Nam-wook, the owner of Cheonhwa-dongin No. 4, around 2013 that he would help the Seongnam Urban Development Corporation to be established so that the Daejang-dong development project could proceed smoothly. was handed over to trial.



Unlike bribery, which has a statute of limitations of 10 years, for bribery, the statute of limitations for bribery has passed 7 years, and male lawyers and accountants Jeong escaped punishment.



At that time, it was investigated that the money delivered to former general manager Yoo was transferred by lawyer Nam through his business partners, accountant Jeong and Jae-chang Jeong.



In the transcript submitted by Accountant Jeong to the prosecution, when the development of Daejang-dong was changed to a public-private joint development and developers were generating huge dividend income, Mr. It is known that the accountant and lawyer Nam collected and delivered a total of 12 billion won, each of 6 billion won.



In July of last year, Jung's corporation, Bomden, filed a civil suit against Cheonhwa Dongin No. 5, which was owned by Jeong, in order to pay a contract of 3 billion won. There have been some interpretations as to whether or not it is.



This case was assigned to a dedicated investigation team investigating allegations of lobbying and preferential treatment in Daejang-dong.

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