It was belatedly known that Nia Reed (26), a foreign player of Pepper Savings Bank in the women’s professional volleyball team, was investigated by customs after entering the country with food containing hemp.
The Korean Volleyball Federation announced on the 9th that it had decided to issue a warning by holding a reward and punishment committee regarding Nia Reed’s possession of illegal items.
The federation said, “The item was legal in the United States, and the player explained that he had not heard from the agent about the domestic law.” added.
According to the federation, Nia Reed entered Korea on September 27 last year and returned home after being investigated by Incheon Customs for possessing a food called ‘CBD Jelly’ containing hemp.
After that, on October 17th, the first urine test conducted at the Incheon Immigration Office and later in the official investigation by the National Institute of Scientific Investigation were negative.
In addition, on January 30, the prosecution made a decision not to prosecute Nia Reed for possession of illegal items.
However, on the 6th of this month, the Immigration Office told Nia Reid to leave the country by April 5th and to restrict her entry for one year from the date of departure. 바카라사이트
The federation said, “After receiving the results of the immigration inspection from the club, we immediately convened a reward and punishment committee.”
In a press release, the Pepper Savings Bank team said, “Nia Reid was in possession of a small amount (4 pieces of jelly) at the time of discovery and had no purpose of domestic distribution.” did,” he said.
Nia Reed was out of the season, and in fact, her activities as a player in Korea came to an end.
Pepper Savings Bank also excluded Nia Reed from the list of players for the visiting game against GS Caltex in the professional volleyball women’s division held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the same day.