South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP
South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP
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South Korean volleyball team’s star twins dropped after bullying pasts emerge

  • Lee Jae-yeong and Lee Da-yeong were banned by the national team and their V-League club after they admitted to abusing teammates a decade ago
  • At least four of their middle school teammates alleged abuse, including punching, being threatened with a knife and being forced to hand over money

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South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP
South Korean women volleyball twin stars Lee Jae-yeong, left, and Lee Da-yeong of the Heungkuk Life Insurance Pink Spiders. The two were suspended from the national team over allegations of school bullying. Photo: AFP
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