Internet program appearance 23-year-old woman’s death In the past also criticized on SNS August 30 4:22
A 23-year-old woman who was found to have committed suicide while appearing on a popular Internet program closely related to the joint life of a young man and woman, it was found in interviews with related parties that there had been writings that criticized the behavior on SNS before. The Metropolitan Police Department and others are checking the situation at the time.
Maya Shinozaki, 23, who appeared on the Internet reality show “Suddenly Marridge,” was found dead in her apartment in Minato Ward, Tokyo, on the 26th of this month, and is believed to have committed suicide based on the scene.
Mr. Shinozaki had previously appeared on another reality program and posted daily actions on social media, but it was found in interviews with people concerned that comments such as blaming him for going out without a mask were written one after another around April.
At one point, I was in a state of arguing on the net with the person who wrote it.
On the other hand, ABEMA, which produces the program, said it was “currently checking the situation” and “has not been able to confirm the facts that have been bothering them recently.”
The program was popular with the younger generation because it was closely related to the way men and women decided to live together for 30 days and decide whether to get married or break up, but it has been decided to cancel the broadcast in response to the death of Mr. Shinozaki.
The Metropolitan Police Department is checking the situation at the time by listening to the people concerned.
There are many cases where people commit suicide by receiving slander on the Internet.
In the case of reality programs that record the commuation and love between men and women, there have been a number of cases where performers commit suicide by receiving slander on the Internet.
In May, we learned that professional wrestler Hana Kimura, 22, who appeared on Fuji TV’s “Terrace House,” committed suicide and suffered from slander on the Internet.
In the UK, a 32-year-old woman who appeared on a program that follows the relationship between men and women staying on the island committed suicide, and a 26-year-old man who appeared on the same program last year committed suicide, prompting calls for stronger measures.
“The Telephone of Japan’s Day”
Navi Dial “0570-783-556”
10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Toll-free number “0120-783-556”
Daily: 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
10th of every month: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the next day