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AFP/Reuters - Samsungทางเข้า slotxoconglomerate Lee Jae-yong pleaded guilty in a Seoul court on Tuesday (Oct 12) in a sedative drug propofol case. Propofol) is against his law. The claim occurred during stressful times for medical treatment. But it's the same drug that famous people have used to relax and have caused famous crotch-stroking former singer Michael Jackson to die.

AFP reported today (Oct 12) that in a court hearing on the sedative drug Propofol, Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong wore a blue suit. Dark and wearing a mask, he refused to speak to the media asking for an interview as he walked into the Seoul Central District Court.

Lee served as the Vice President of the Samsung Business Group. and Fobbs magazine reported that He is the 297th richest person in the world, accused of secretly using sedatives multiple times at a plastic surgery clinic in Seoul in 2017 and 2018.

Propofol is often used in hospital anesthesia, but it is sometimes used for relaxation. and excessive use of propofol, known as overdosing The drug killed former US hit singer Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009.

This illegal use was seen as a minor offense in South Korea, and Seoul prosecutors initially requested the court to impose a fine of 50 million won, or about $42 billion, in the indictment, in which similar offenses are common. Will not have to go to court, AFP has pointed out.

But a South Korean court has ordered a trial for Lee JY's use of pro-fool.

South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported that Lee apologized to the court on Tuesday (12), "I apologize for causing inconvenience and concern because of my personal matters."

and he said acknowledging that “This happened during my own downfall and although it was primarily used for medical purposes, I have deep regrets.”

South Korean prosecutors have demanded a fine of up to 70 million won for a Samsung heir, along with a confiscation worth 17 million won, Reuters reported. The Seoul Central District Court is scheduled to issue the judgment on Oct. 26.