Something I really like about idle is that compared to many groups they are one of the most 'real'. Sure, as they are a part of a business, profit requires them to lie or "hide the truth" on various instances
The international SJWs went down hard on idle and demanded them to apologize over CA. I think those SJWs are asking for more than what they are entitled to. IDLE likes to represent itself a "global" group but the reality is that after the corona and all that, their real base of operations is East Asia. And the "global" aspect is more like a special shine to their image for their East Asian costumers to consume. The only exception is the KDA projects, but that weaboo-ish crowd doesn't really consist of that many SJWs compared to twitter stans.
Now after an actress got involved with the Soojin bullying controversy, I'm starting to believe that Soojin may have done bullying in her past and it was grievous enough for the alleged victims (including the actress?) to risk a lawsuit and seek their own justice. But I also think Soojin may have changed to become a better person overall. Nobody knows how idols really are, and Irene's case was the perfect example yet most fans haven't learned that lesson.
There's a possibility Soojin leaves the group, just as there is for 'nothing' to really happen. The actress may still clarify that there's a misunderstanding or the accusers may be caught fabricating or exaggerating things. But what it seems is that they aren't backing down. They will probably fight with Cube if they have to. Soojin was also my least favorite member since debut because I didn't like her aura. As I saw more of her I began to like her more as a member of the group.
Whatever happens to IDLE I think they will come out stronger in a certain way. Literally no human is perfect and everyone has flaws. I don't think Soojin's career should be over just for what happened in middle school but the public will decide with their money. To me this is a trial by fire, and if IDLE does the right things I think as a group and as individuals they can continue improving even if things wont be the same anymore.