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An autopsy on Sulli, real name Choi Jinri, confirmed that no suspicion of murder was found. Sulli's autopsy was conducted at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. KST on October 16th. The Seongnam Correctional Police Station in Gyeonggi Province said, "The first autopsy result found no other charges of murder, such as external force or external pressure."
Because the National Forensic Service found no other suspected crimes such as signs of outside intrusion and because statements by people around her said that she showed symptoms of depression, the police believe Sulli made the extreme choice.
However, it is expected to take some time before receiving precise findings such as drug test results.
Sulli was found dead at her home in Sujeong-gu, Seongnam, at around 3:20 p.m. on the 14th. Police and paramedics were called out after receiving a report, but she had already died when they arrived on the scene.
The agency SM Entertainment said, "I'm sorry to tell you the sad and regretable news. Sulli left our side. The current situation is just unbelievable and sorrowful." It also said the funeral will be a private affair for family and friends.
The news of Sulli's sudden death has left the entertainment industry in grief. A string of messages from fellow entertainers have been sent to pay tribute to her, and various events have been canceled in succession. In addition, singers who are about to make a comeback are holding off on their comeback-related content schedules for a while to grieve.
Earlier, it was revealed that Sulli continuously asked SM Entertainment to take firm action against malicious commenters

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IstanLegends   11 months ago
Not that any of this good, but at least, it wasn't murder.
11 months ago
Ayn Paspie   11 months ago
What bothers me the most is that it took a death of a person to make people move, which they should've done it prior.
11 months ago
wassup    Ayn Paspie   11 months ago
Agree, but the saddest part is that people haven't learned a thing. Heartless people are still leaving hurtful comments or attecking people who weren't active on social medai about this situation or voiced their opinion on those hateful people's behavior. So basiclly, they are still doing what they were doing before.
11 months ago
VendettaForV   11 months ago
Did this need to be made public? I hope the MILK club and Sulli's family has plenty of support right now
11 months ago
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