September 28, 2023

NYPD Has Evidence to Arrest Jonathan Majors Ex-Girlfriend in Assault Case: Report

Jonathan Majors is in court at a hearing in his domestic violence case on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 in New York.

Jonathan Majors is in court at a hearing in his domestic violence case on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 in New York. (Photo: AP)

According to multiple reports, the NYPD may arrest Jonathan Majors’ accuser. It’s a surprising turn of events involving the Marvel star, whose promising career has been put on hold amid allegations of domestic violence.

Majors was arrested in March on assault and harassment charges, while his ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, claimed she was assaulted. The 33-year-old actor’s lawyer has maintained he was the victim and it seems some within the police force agree. The news comes as Anthony Mackie publicly cheered on Majors.

Majors filed a complaint accusing Jabbari of beating and scratching him when she was “drunk and hysterical,” police said. Insider. In a new report on Thursday, the New York Times quoted three sources as saying the NYPD believes there is enough evidence to support Jabbari’s arrest. Yahoo Entertainment can confirm that the NYPD found probable cause to arrest Jabbari after Majors met with the NYPD last week.

An NYPD representative only tells Yahoo Entertainment that “an investigation is ongoing” regarding the incident and “there have been no arrests at this time.”

Last week, Majors appeared in court (with girlfriend, actress Meagan Good, at his side), where a trial date was set for August 3. The DA’s Manhattan office is moving forward with the case against the actor.

“Our investigation and case into the assault allegations against Mr. Majors continues,” spokesman Doug Cohen told Yahoo.

Majors’ defense team pressures the district attorney’s office to charge Jabbari.

“Mr. Majors has asked for justice here as a victim and he deserves to have his attacker arrested and brought to trial to face the charges against her,” Priya Chaudhry explained to Yahoo in a statement Thursday. All the while, the District Attorney has insisted that no special treatment be given to Mr. Majors because he is “highly profiled.” Now that the NYPD, which has actually been investigating Ms. Jabbari, is ready to arrest her, I certainly hope that the District Attorney will not delay prosecuting Ms. Jabbari because of the high profile nature of this case. That would be hypocritical, unfair. , and unjust. We are grateful to the NYPD detectives and look forward to justice for Mr. Majors.”

So says Jabbari’s attorney, Brad Edwards Time that there is no reason to arrest his client and that he has “seen nothing reliable to indicate that any agency has developed a different opinion”.

“In fact, we understand that the criminal case against Mr. Majors is progressing as expected,” Edwards continued. “Out of respect for the criminal process and prosecutors who will make decisions based on the evidence, we do not intend to comment on rumours.”

Jabbari and Majors had been in a relationship for years, according to the newspaper Time. She worked as a movement coach alongside the actor on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniawhich was released in February.

Three months ago, the former apparent couple got into a fight on the drive back to the actor’s NYC residence. Jabbari claimed that Majors broke her finger and ripped her ear. But the actor’s lawyer said they had provided the court with “irrefutable evidence” that this was a lie. Majors claimed that the driver of the vehicle would testify that it was the actor who was assaulted.

Jabbari went out after the alleged initial altercation. Hours later, she returned to Majors’ residence, but he was not home. When he arrived, he reportedly found her unconscious and half-naked in his walk-in closet. His defense team believes she sustained injuries when she passed out.

Majors has lost multiple projects over the allegations, but Marvel has not officially cut ties. The actor, who made his debut as supervillain Kang the Conqueror earlier this year, is an integral part of the MCU. He will reprise the role in multiple projects leading up to 2025 Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Fellow Marvel star Mackie was recently asked about the situation with Majors.

“We are a country built on ‘everyone is innocent until proven guilty’,” he said Other way around for a profile published on Wednesday. “That’s one of the staples of this country. Nothing has been proven about this guy. Nothing. So everyone is innocent until proven guilty. That’s all I can say. It’s crazy where we are as a society. But if country is everyone innocent until proven guilty.”

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