Wanker Wang is also accused of robbing somebody.
I’ve yet to hear from anyone who is sad to hear this news.
Inkyo Volt Hwang is in L.A. County jail on one million dollars bail facing armed robbery among other charges. He’s facing 25 years in prison.
My phone call and email to Wanker Wang were not returned.
Volt Hwang had many enemies in the industry. Two separate persons phoned me Monday afternoon about his prior conviction for pistol-whipping a woman circa 1997.
Prior to entering porn, Inkyo Volt Hwang spent two years and two months in state prison (Chico?) for pistol whipping, kidnapping and raping his UCLA girlfriend Helen Na. The technical charges were willful disobediance of a court order, attempted kidnapping, rape, assault with a deadly weaon, extortion and something else.
The trial took place in Manhattan Beach circa 1997. I hear the trial transcript makes for great reading.
Hwang’s attorney told the court that beating women was common in Korean culture.
Inkyo cried for mercy.
According to this Global Korean Network of Los Angeles website in 1996, “Ms. Na is a staff at Korean-American Counseling Center and a Ph.D candidate at UCLA.”
Inkyo Volt Hwang was born January 14, 1969. He stands 5’9″ and weighs 180 pounds.
Under booking number 9848068, he’s charged with a felony.
He was arrested at 1:15 a.m. Friday, June 29, by the West Valley division of the LAPD.
Under booking number 7839636 back in October of 2003, he was charged with a misdemeanor.
I believe he has been arrested on other occasions for drug and alcohol abuse.
If you want to stay up to date with Inkyo Volt Hwang and send him a care package and a letter of best wishes, go to lasd.org and click on “Inmate Information” on the upper left.
Please remember Wanker in your prayers.
On March 29, 2005, I had a lovely chat with an intoxicated Wanker outside Porn Star Karaoke.
He threatened to kill me if I told his parents he did porn.
Luke: “How would the people who know you best describe you?”
Chico: “As a psychopath drunk who’s even-leveled and straight-edged.”
Chico: “I’ve always been a straight shooter.
“I don’t let a lot of people into my circle. Once you’re in, you’re in, and once you’re out, you’re always out.”
Luke: “How do you decide what’s right and wrong?”
Chico: “From my [Buddhist] religion.”
Luke: “What are some of its principle tenets that are different from the way ordinary American people live?”
Chico: “You don’t hurt people intentionally. You don’t over-react. You don’t do anything that is going to undermine another person’s career. You don’t take someone else’s money. That’s about it.”
Luke: “What would Buddhism say about your drinking?”
Chico: “Buddhism would probably react negatively. I’m not a hardcore Buddhist.”