Grace Jabbari, who accused Jonathan Majors (Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Creed III) of domestic violence, will soon be charged with assault. This comes seven months after Majors’ arrest, and the New York Police Department’s DCPI has confirmed the charge. Jabbari is expected to report voluntarily to the NYPD’s 10th precinct following a counter-complaint by Majors in June.
On March 25, Jonathan Majors was arrested in New York, facing charges of strangulation, assault, and harassment. His representative maintains his innocence, stating, “he’s done nothing wrong. We look forward to clearing his name and clearing this up.”
The charges stem from allegations that Majors hit Grace Jabbari in the face with an open hand, resulting in substantial pain and a laceration behind her ear. Jabbari also claimed that Majors grabbed her hand, causing swelling, bruising, and significant pain to her finger and that he placed his hand on her neck, leading to bruising and substantial pain.
According to a Twitter user named Katt, Jonathan Majors was scratched and stayed in a hotel room after separating from Grace Jabbari, who accused him of domestic violence. He woke up at 9 a.m., finding his face stuck to the hotel pillow due to dried blood from a gash caused by Jabbari’s fingernails in the car.
Majors called 911 upon returning to his penthouse and finding Jabbari passed out in her room, surrounded by vomit, and with a spilled bottle of sleeping pills. Before 8:00 AM, Jabbari had texted threats of self-harm and tried to contact him numerous times. Majors alerted 911 about a potential suicide attempt, leading to his arrest by the NYPD.
During the time between the car incident and Majors discovering Jabbari in his penthouse, Jabbari was seen outside a SoHo building, claiming to be Majors’ girlfriend and mentioning text messages from another woman on his phone. Despite claiming injuries, she appeared unharmed and was able to tie her hair up.
As per CBR, Majors, represented by attorney Priya Chaudhry, has consistently denied the allegations against him. He claims that he was the victim of Grace Jabbari, who scratched and hit him during a dispute. Chaudhry stated, “From the beginning, we have said Jonathan Majors is innocent and provably the victim here. Mr. Majors met with the NYPD to present them with evidence of what really happened on that night.”
In return, Jonathan Majors filed a domestic violence complaint against Grace Jabbari with the NYPD on June 21. He reiterated his attorney’s claims that he was the one assaulted that night in March. Police arrested him at his Manhattan apartment following a 911 call. He faced charges of assault, attempted assault, harassment, and aggravated harassment, with the previous strangulation charge dropped.
Majors is due to appear in court on October 25, 2023.
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