In response to the reports, WOWOW released a statement on its website where they admitted to the allegations and apologised to Inagaki and her guardians for what happened. In their statement, they confirmed that filming was conducted from 12 noon to 2am on 20 January and from 12 noon to 5am on 21 January. Including the waiting and nap time, Inagaki had to be on the set during these hours. Although they were aware of the labour laws relating to children, the extended filming hours was due to a delay in the filming schedule thus it was decided on the spot to continue filming beyond the designated hours. WOWOW also apologised to the viewers for betraying the trust they had in them and will take measures to regain everyone's trust and prevent this from happening again.
Inagaki's recent works include NHK morning drama "Toto Nee-chan", TBS Autumn 2016 drama "Suna no Tou" and movie "Shippu Rondo".
Sources: Bunshun Online / Sponichi Annex