Fuji Television claimed Friday that manufacturing team of the preferred fact program “Terrace House” might not have actually visualized the cyberbullying of an actors participant that evidently eliminated herself after going through despiteful messages online.
“Terrace House” came under hefty objection and also analysis after 22-year-old women expert wrestler Hana Kimura, an actors participant in the existing collection, evidently devoted self-destruction utilizing hazardous gas after being targeted by cyberbullies. The program was likewise broadcast on U.S. streaming solution Netflix with English captions.
Supplied image programs Hana Kimura. (Photo politeness of Terrace House)
According to an internal probe record launched Friday by the TV network, Kimura had actually taken part in self-harm after a scene in a late March episode in which she shed her mood set off cyberbullying versus her.
Production team after that met Kimura numerous times, suggesting she quit utilizing social media sites and also look for expert treatment, the record claimed.
Fuji TV refuted it had actually advised or required actors participants to talk or reveal themselves in a specific way, or develop particular connections.
Flowers are positioned at a capturing place for the Netflix fact program “Terrace House” in Tokyo on May 25, 2020. Hana Kimura, a 22-year-old women expert wrestler that was amongst the program’s actors, passed away May 23 after having actually been preyed on by cyber-bullying. (Kyodo)
Kimura’s mommy Kyoko claimed Friday she is skeptical the TV network might not have actually visualized the cyberbullying when comparable situations entailing the program had actually happened in the past. She likewise claimed she questioned the examination was unbiased.
The 43-year-old retired expert wrestler sent files to the Broadcasting Ethics & Program Improvement Organization in July asserting that the fact program broke her child’s individual and also civils rights.
“I want them to find out the objective truth,” she claimed.