Jonathan Majors’ alleged sufferer granted non permanent safety order
Actor Jonathan Majors‘ alleged sufferer was granted a short lived order of safety on Thursday forward of a May 9 courtroom date. Majors is charged with assault and harassment, however has since his arrest final month claimed that he was the one who was assaulted.
“This is normal in instances reminiscent of this, and we consented as a result of Mr. Majors desires nothing to do with the lady who assaulted him,” mentioned Majors’ legal professional in an announcement to CBS News, including that they’ve been “clear and cooperative” with the district legal professional.
The order of safety signifies that neither Majors nor his alleged sufferer could legally have any direct or third-party contact. It will stay in impact till the subsequent courtroom date.
Police responded to a New York City residence on the morning of March 25, and decided in a “preliminary investigation” that there had been a “home dispute” involving Majors and a 30-year-old lady, who stays unnamed. The lady was transported to a hospital with minor head and neck accidents, based on police.
The “Creed III” star was arrested and brought into custody on suspicion of strangulation, assault and harassment. He was charged with assault and aggravated harassment throughout his arraignment the subsequent day.
Earlier this month, Majors was reportedly dropped from his expertise supervisor, Entertainment 360, following the allegations and subsequent arrest, based on Deadline. Public relations agency The Lede Company additionally reportedly initiated a “break” with the actor, Deadline mentioned.
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