Jonathan Majors Found Guilty of Third Degree Assault and Harassment

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A New York jury has found Marvel actor Jonathan Majors guilty of reckless assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment.

After deliberating for over four hours spread across three days, a six-person jury reached a verdict. The accused has been acquitted of intentional assault in the third degree and aggravated harassment in the second degree. The sentencing is scheduled for February 6.

The Loki actor was arrested on March 25, facing charges of assault, strangulation, and harassment. Additional accusations surfaced regarding toxic on-set behavior on the “Magazine Dreams” project, and a British filing presented multiple charges of assault against Majors from various accusers.

Following an incident with Majors, Grace Jabbari, 33, was hospitalized with “minor injuries to her head and neck.” A full temporary order of protection was granted to her, anticipating the originally scheduled court date on May 9. However, the trial was later rescheduled to November.

Following the allegations, Majors was dropped by his management company Entertainment 360. He also faced removal from several upcoming projects, including Protagonist Pictures’ adaptation of the Walter Mosley novel The Man in My Basement and an undisclosed Otis Redding biopic. Additionally, Disney/Searchlight removed his film Magazine Dreams from the release calendar.

Majors made recent appearances in Loki Season 2 and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania as Kang the Conqueror, a pivotal character in the upcoming phase of the MCU. He is set to lead in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty in 2025 and Avengers: Secret Wars in 2026. Despite circulating rumors of Majors being replaced, Marvel has chosen not to comment.



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