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Splash attack on TV star leaves man in coma
Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Sep 18, 2002. pg. 1
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People: Yamashita, Tomohisa
Publication title: Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Sep 18, 2002. pg. 1
Source type: Newspaper
ProQuest document ID: 187389231
Text Word Count 155
Document URL: http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=187389231&sid=1&Fmt=3&clientId=16095&RQT=309&VName=PQD

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The man, who looked to be some 20 years old, approached [Tomohisa Yamashita] and poured liquid on his left shoulder while the star was chatting and shaking hands with fans after filming an entertainment program at NHK in Shibuya-ku.
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Copyright Financial Times Information Limited Sep 18, 2002

A man splashed fluid on a top TV star in Tokyo Tuesday night, and then fell into a coma after drinking liquid from another bottle, police said.

Tomohisa Yamashita, a 17-year-old member of a popular entertainment group, "Johnny's Jr.," escaped injury during the incident near the Japan Broadcasting System (NHK) headquarters in Tokyo shortly before 11 p.m., Tuesday.

The man, who looked to be some 20 years old, approached Yamashita and poured liquid on his left shoulder while the star was chatting and shaking hands with fans after filming an entertainment program at NHK in Shibuya-ku.

The attacker, surrounded by surprised fans, drank liquid from a bottle and collapsed on the road before being taken to hospital. He remains unconscious and has yet to be identified, police said.

Police officers believe the liquid he drank was a different type from the one he splashed on Yamashita. They found two empty plastic bottles at the scene.



Man arrested over attack on pop heartthrob
Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Sep 24, 2002. pg. 1
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People: Yamashita, Tomohisa
Publication title: Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Sep 24, 2002. pg. 1
Source type: Newspaper
ProQuest document ID: 195527691
Text Word Count 192
Document URL: http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=195527691&sid=1&Fmt=3&clientId=16095&RQT=309&VName=PQD

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He then doused the startled [Tomohisa Yamashita] with liquid he carried in a plastic bottle. Within seconds, furious groupies surrounded the assailant, who drank liquid from another plastic bottle and collapsed on the spot.
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Copyright Financial Times Information Limited Sep 24, 2002

A man who attacked a member of boy pop band Johnny's Jr. with mysterious fluid in Tokyo on Sept. 17 has been arrested for assault, police said Tuesday.

The unnamed assailant, of Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, was unconscious for a few days after drinking liquid from a bottle following his attack on Tomohisa Yamashita, but has since made a full recovery.

However, the 22-year-old man's motives for splashing the unidentified fluid on the teen-age heartthrob remain unknown, as his answers to police questions are completely incoherent, investigators said.

"I wanted to exchange my soul with his," the unemployed man reportedly said.

On the night of Sept. 17, the Hokkaido man walked up to the 17- year-old pop star while he was chatting with dozens of his female admirers just outside the Japan Broadcasting System (NHK) headquarters in Shibuya-ku after filming a show there.

He then doused the startled Yamashita with liquid he carried in a plastic bottle. Within seconds, furious groupies surrounded the assailant, who drank liquid from another plastic bottle and collapsed on the spot.

The man was taken to hospital but was discharged on Saturday.

Yamashita was unhurt in the puzzling attack.



Weekly fined for revealing presents adoring fan gives heartthrob
Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Jul 17, 2004. pg. 1
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People: Takizawa, Hideaki, Josei, Shukan
Publication title: Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Jul 17, 2004. pg. 1
Source type: Newspaper
ProQuest document ID: 667041911
Text Word Count 146
Document URL: http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=667041911&sid=5&Fmt=3&clientId=16095&RQT=309&VName=PQD

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"Revealing that [Hideaki Takizawa] had received a luxury car as a present from a female performer was an invasion of his privacy.
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Copyright Financial Times Limited Jul 17, 2004

A magazine that revealed a woman had presented heartthrob performer Hideaki Takizawa with a luxury car has been ordered by the Tokyo District Court to pay 1 million yen compensation to his talent agency.

Johnny & Associates, Takizawa's talent agency, also had its name cleared in the case, when the court ruled that Shukan Josei, a weekly women's magazine, had defamed it by suggesting that the agency banned its performers from getting romantically involved.

"Revealing that Takizawa had received a luxury car as a present from a female performer was an invasion of his privacy. Implying the talent agency banned its performers from having love affairs harmed its reputation," Presiding Judge Shigeru Nakanishi said as he ordered compensation be paid by Shufu to Seikatsusha, the publisher of Shukan Josei.

Shukan Josei ran an article in its Dec. 17, 2002, issue about Takizawa and his love affairs.



Duped girl scams 1.2 mil. yen using same trick
Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Oct 18, 2002. pg. 1
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Publication title: Mainichi Daily News. (English edition). Tokyo: Oct 18, 2002. pg. 1
Source type: Newspaper
ProQuest document ID: 218332361
Text Word Count 229
Document URL: http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=218332361&sid=5&Fmt=3&clientId=16095&RQT=309&VName=PQD

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Police have identified three victims, including a 15-year-old high school girl from Chiba and a 25-year-old Okayama Prefecture woman, who paid a total of 600,000 yen to the girl. Investigators are trying to determine the identity of the people who deposited a further 600,000 yen into the bank account in order to charge the teen-ager.
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Copyright Financial Times Information Limited Oct 18, 2002

KOBE -- A teen-ager has been arrested for swindling some 1.2 million yen by conning victims that she had concert tickets for a top all-boy pop group, the exact same scam she had fallen victim to earlier this year, police said.

The unnamed girl, 15, has admitted to the charges following her arrest on Thursday. "After I was conned, I thought this was an easy way to make money," the girl reportedly told investigators.

In April this year, the teen-ager, of Aioi, Hyogo Prefecture, lost 180,000 yen after she responded to a fake ad posted on a mobile phone message board that offered popular concert tickets.

Determined to make up the loss, the girl started doing the same scam, police said. From April to July, she posted messages offering concert tickets for all-boy pop group "Arashi" and made her victims deposit money into her mother's bank account.

She duped the victims by saying that her boyfriend works for the pop group's promoting company, Johnny's Jimusho, so he could arrange precious tickets through his connection.

Police have identified three victims, including a 15-year-old high school girl from Chiba and a 25-year-old Okayama Prefecture woman, who paid a total of 600,000 yen to the girl. Investigators are trying to determine the identity of the people who deposited a further 600,000 yen into the bank account in order to charge the teen-ager.
 
 
 
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