Man shot, robbed in Los Angeles may have ties to Korean royal family: report

A man who was shot and ransacked on Friday in Los Angeles’ Koreatown might have had connections to a Korean illustrious relative.

The shooting happened around 4:20 p.m. outside the extravagance Kurve apartment building. The LAPD said two male suspects ran away from the area.

The casualty drove a Rolls-Royce Ghost that is enrolled to Korean ruler Andrew Lee, as per ABC 7. The suspect shot the man and took his Rolex watch as well as three metal chains of obscure material.

Lee, a business visionary, is the crown ruler of Korea’s regal family and pioneer behind London Trust Media, a VPN security administration. It stays obscure whether he was the person in question or whether he was in the vehicle at the hour of the burglary.

Police portrayed the casualty as a man somewhere in the range of 25 and 30 years of age, however the ruler is very nearly 40. The casualty was cognizant and breathing after the shooting yet later went to clinic in basic condition.

Lee was born and brought up in Indiana and studied at Purdue College and the State College of New York at Bison prior to exiting to begin his organization.

His life changed in 2018 when Korea’s Majestic Height Ruler Yi Seok recognized Lee as a family member and proclaimed him the family’s crown sovereign.

The statement happened at an extravagant Passing of the Blade function in Los Angeles, as per SCMP. Lee and his family then moved into a house in Thousand Oaks.