A member of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has left the party for his alleged sexual assault of a woman he had been dating.
46-year-old lawmaker Tsuyoshi Tabata submitted a notice of his departure after the woman filed a complaint with the police that he had sexually assaulted her in December.
Police suspect a former care worker at a nursing home in Gifu Prefecture, central Japan, of assaulting and severely injuring an elderly resident while on duty two years ago. They arrested 33-year-old Takeshi Odori on Sunday.
The woman in her 90s is one of two residents of the facility in Takayama City who were found severely injured over a two-week period in the summer of 2017. Three others were found dead.
NGT48's agency and their operating company AKS has released a statement regarding an assault case involving member Yamaguchi Maho.
In a live broadcast on Twitter and SHOWROOM on January 8 and 9, Yamaguchi revealed that she was attacked by two men in front of her home in December. She then participated in the group's third anniversary event on January 10 where she apologized to her fans for causing them to worry.
On April 25, NHK reported that charges have been filed against TOKIO member Yamaguchi Tatsuya on suspicion of sexual assault.
Reportedly, the incident happened in February when Yamaguchi called a high school girl over to his apartment and forcefully kissed her. According to FNN, the two met through a NHK program.
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