Ravi and Nafla Receive Sentences in Military Violation Trials

Rapper Ravi (30) who was handed over to trial for violating the Military Service Act, was sentenced to 2 years probation and 150 hours of community service with 1 year of prison if found in violation of probation. Rapper Nafla (31) was sentenced to one year in prison.

On the afternoon of August 10, Chief Judge Kim Jeong-ki of the 7th Criminal Court of the Seoul Southern District Court held a first trial for Ravi and Nafla, who were accused of violating the Military Service Act. 

Ravi was sentenced to 2 years probation with a suspended sentence of 1 year of prison. He also ordered 120 hours of community service. However, Nafla was sentenced to one year in prison and taken into custody.

According to the prosecution's indictment, Ravi received an epilepsy scenario from Mr. Gu and acted as if he had fainted and received a hospital examination. Later, in 2021, when Ravi submitted a diagnosis that he was suspected of epilepsy by the Military Manpower Administration, Mr. Gu said, "Good, exemption from the military." It was investigated that the message was sent.

While serving as a social worker at the Seocho-gu Office, Nafla is accused of conspiring with CEOs Kim and Gu to obtain a judgment of unfitness for service by pretending to worsen symptoms of depression. It was found that he did not go to work for 141 days after being assigned to the Seocho-gu Office as a social worker.

Ravi and Nafla appealed for leniency in their final argument in April, saying that they were reflecting on their mistakes.

Sentences were also handed down for officials accused of manipulating Nafla's attendance records. Seoul Regional Military Manpower Administration Ms. A and Seocho-gu Safety City Department team leader B were sentenced to 2 years probation with 1 year of prison if probation is violated. 

Three civil servants at Seocho-gu Office who participated in the incident were fined 3 million won and sentenced to a suspended sentence.

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