In his ongoing assault and harassment case, Jonathan Majors has accused the purported victim of domestic abuse. He was previously accused of breaking her finger, twisting her arm, and striking her in the ear, causing it to bleed, according to his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari. Instead, he contends that she assaulted him during the altercation in New York that resulted in his detention on March 25.
According to Majors, Jabbari was “drunk and h*sterical” and scratched, slapped, and pulled at his face, forcing him to bleed, according to a file seen by Insider. Majors said that his accuser had previously attacked him without his knowledge, including during a “verbal dispute in London that turned physical.”
Additionally, when asked by police if the suspect was capable of killing them or their children, if they were ferociously and persistently jealous of them, and if the physical violence had been more frequent or severe over the previous six months, Majors said “yes” to each of these questions.
Majors has repeatedly insisted that the domestic dispute is not his fault. He claims that the injuries that put his ex in the hospital following the incident were not his fault. In a statement provided to Entertainment Weekly, Majors’ attorney Priya Chaudhry stated, “From the beginning, we have said Jonathan Majors is innocent and provably the victim here.” “Mr. Majors met with the NYPD last week for the first time to present them with evidence of what actually transpired on that night.”
Prior to his incarceration, Majors played a variety of Kang the Conqueror characters in Creed III and other movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Along with other films, he is well-known for his parts in The Harder They Fall and The Last Black Man in San Francisco. The misdemeanor assault charge against Majors has a trial date scheduled for August 3rd. Watch for additional information in the months before the court date.