The shock of the last few months hasn’t worn off for Jonathan Majors. The former Marvel actor went from being Hollywood’s next big thing to facing the possibility of prison. The 34-year-old actor was accused and acquitted of domestic violence by his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabari, a British choreographer.
In his first interview since the conviction, Jonathan Majors has spoken of life being impacted by legal issues. ‘The Last Black Man In San Francisco’ actor is still confused about the verdict, maintaining his innocence. Despite his fall from grace, the 34-year-old actor hopes to return to acting.
Jonathan Majors’ Exclusive ABC News Interview
Jonathan Majors sat down with Good Morning America for his interview since the domestic violence allegations. The ‘Creed III’ actor unpacked the trauma of the last few months, recalling how his personal and professional life has taken a hit for good. The actor who played Kang in the MCU describes the relationship with Grace Jabari as “unhealthy,” expressing remorse for not leaving before it was too late.
Jonathan Majors is “shocked” at being convicted, telling ABC News’ Linsey Davis, “I’m standing there, and the verdict comes down. I say … ‘How is that possible?” Based off the evidence, based off the prosecution’s evidence, let alone our evidence, how is that possible?”
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The crime took place when Jonathan Majors and Grace Jabbari were in a car in New York. Jabari saw a flirty text message from another woman. According to the prosecutors, this led to an argument that ended up with Majors twisting her arm behind her back and hitting her in the head. Grace was left with a fractured finger, bruising, and a cut behind her ear.
But Jonathan Majors denies putting his hands on her. The former Marvel hire insists it was him who faced assault. Currently, he awaits sentencing for a misdemeanor, reckless assault, and harassment. The 34-year-old actor was soon let go by Marvel after his conviction. However, ‘The Last Black Man In San Francisco’ breakout star awaits a second chance if it is “god’s plan and god’s timing.”
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