‘Hemp Jelly’ Soji, female volleyball player Nia Reed… Remaining game exclusion/exit procedure
Nia Reed, a foreign player belonging to the Women’s Professional Volleyball Pepper Savings Bank, was banned from entering the country for possession of ‘hemp jelly’.
On the 9th, the Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) said on its website, “Nia Reid was restricted from entering the country on the 6th at the Immigration Office’s Immigration Office immigration inspection.” limited,” he said. Nia Reid will not be able to enter South Korea until April 5 next year.
When Nia Reed first entered Korea on September 27 last year, she was caught by customs for bringing in jelly containing hemp. The food is sold legally in the United States, but is classified as illegal in the country. 스포츠토토
Nia Reid was found to be in possession of the jelly due to ignorance of domestic laws. KOVO said, “On the 9th, we held a reward and punishment committee for Nia Reid’s possession of illegal items and issued a warning.” KOVO explained that this decision was made because Nia lead was not taken in Korea.
In fact, Nia Reed received a negative decision in the first urine test conducted at the Incheon Immigration Office on October 17 last year. The official investigation by the National Institute of Scientific Investigation that followed also came out negative.
But as a result, Nia Reed has to leave Korea. This is because the prosecution made a decision not to prosecute Nia Reed for possession of illegal items on January 30, but the immigration office decided to restrict entry. As a result, Nia Reed will not be able to see her appearance in the women’s professional volleyball V-League next season.