Jonathan Majors’ Attorney Presents Evidence of Innocence in Assault Case
Actor Jonathan Majors is reportedly off the hook after his attorney presented evidence that contradicted allegations made against him. The star of “Lovecraft Country” and the upcoming film “Creed III” was accused of assault by a woman who claimed that he had physically attacked her after she saw another woman texting him and tried to take a look at his phone.
However, his attorney, Priya Chaudhry, says she has text messages from the woman admitting that she was the one who used physical force against Majors. Chaudhry turned the texts over to law enforcement, and believes there is also video footage from inside the vehicle where the incident took place that will clear Majors.
Jonathan Majors, who is set to star in the upcoming “Creed III” movie, was arrested last weekend for misdemeanor assault, attempted assault, aggravated harassment, and harassment. The charges were made after a woman allegedly saw another woman texting Majors and tried to sneak a peek at his phone. The situation reportedly escalated when the woman allegedly used physical force against the actor.
However, new evidence has emerged in the case that could potentially clear Majors’ name. According to his attorney Priya Chaudhry, the alleged victim sent text messages to Majors admitting that she was the one who used physical force against him and saying that she does not want him to be prosecuted.
Chaudhry claims to have turned these text messages over to law enforcement as evidence. She also stated that there may be video footage from inside the vehicle where the alleged incident took place that could further support Majors’ defense.
The Manhattan D.A. has not yet commented on the new evidence, and it remains to be seen how it will impact the case. However, this development could potentially change the course of the legal proceedings and impact Majors’ future career prospects.
Jonathan Majors has become one of Hollywood’s rising stars in recent years, with acclaimed performances in movies like “Da 5 Bloods” and “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” and the hit TV series “Lovecraft Country.” His arrest and the subsequent allegations against him have been a shock to fans and the entertainment industry alike. Many are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the legal proceedings to see what impact it may have on his career moving forward.
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