Majors' rising Hollywood career took a downturn in March when his ex-girlfriend accused him of harassment and assault. The conflict allegedly occurred in the back seat of an SUV, where she saw a flirtatious text from another woman on his phone. During the argument, Grace claimed Majors hit her on the head and twisted her arm, breaking a finger. "I experienced excruciating pain," Jabbari reported.
Majors faced four charges: assault with intent to cause physical harm, reckless assault causing physical injury, harassment, and aggravated harassment. The jury was tasked with examining conflicting accounts of the chaotic fight in the SUV in Manhattan's Chelsea area on March 25.
The trial began last Thursday, and yesterday a verdict was reached. Majors was found guilty of harassment and assault against his ex-girlfriend, but acquitted on the other two charges. Brittany Henderson, Jabbari's lawyer, stated that justice had prevailed and thanked the jury, court, and Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Priya Chaudri, Majors' representative, commented that the mixed verdicts of 'guilty' and 'not guilty' suggest the jury partially doubted Grace's story.
We are disappointed, however, that despite not believing Ms. Jabbari, the jury nevertheless found that Mr. Majors was somehow reckless while she was attacking him. «Mr. Majors is grateful to God, his family, his friends, and his fans for their love and support during these harrowing eight months. Mr. Majors still has faith in the process and looks forward to fully clearing his name.
Jonathan Majors graduated from Yale University with a Master's degree in acting and gained fame for his role in the 2019 independent film "The Last Black Man in San Francisco". He portrayed Atticus Freeman in HBO's "Lovecraft Country", played Damian Anderson in "Creed 3", and is known for his work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Majors played Kang the Conqueror in "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" and "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty".