Kim Jong-un's ex-lover shot to death, while North Korean pop groups watched

Hyon Song-wol in the video for her 2005 North Korean pop music hit, 'A Girl In The Saddle Of A Steed.'

Reports coming out of South Korea indicate that Hyon Song-wol, a singer with the Unhasu Orchestra rumored to have been the lover of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was among those arrested on August 17 for violating North Korean laws on pornography.

She and 12 others were reportedly machine-gunned three days later, "with other members of North Korea's most famous pop groups and their immediate families forced to watch. The onlookers were then sent to prison camps, victims of the regime's assumption of guilt by association, the reports stated."

More at the UK Telegraph.