Jonathan Majors Found Guilty of Assault

( – On Monday, December 18th, Jonathan Majors was found guilty of 2 counts of assault and harassment.

The jury consisted of nine people, and found Majors guilty of misdemeanor assult and harassment. This verdict was based on the incident on March 25th, 2023 between Jonathan Majors and his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari.

After this verdict, the judge ordered an order of protection and announced that the official sentencing date will be on February 6th, 2024.

Jonathan Majors’ attorney, Priya Chaudhry said in a statement that Majors’ team is grateful that the jury did not believe his ex-girlfriend’s story about how she was allegedly attacked in the SUV. However, they are disappointed that even though the jury did not believe Grace Jabbari, they still thought that Majors acted recklessly.

Nevertheless, Majors and his team are grateful to God and their family and friends for the support during this difficult time.

The verdict by the jury already had an effect on Majors’ career, as Marvel Studios will no longer be moving forward with Majors as the main actor. He was slated to star in “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” which is to be in theaters in 2026.

Prosecutors during the case claimed that Majors slapped his ex-girlfriend in the face and broke one of her fingers. Surveillance footage shows Majors picking her up and putting her back in the car, but no evidence of excessive force.

Majors’ team claimed that he was actually the victim, and sufffered minor scratches. They also claimed that Jabbari went back out to the club to dance with strangers after the altercation. However, Jabbari denied this and said that she was being consoled by strangers after the incident.

Jonathan Majors starred in “Creed II” and “The Last Black Man In San Francisco” before his aspirations were halted by the trial.