The statements entailed claims from multiple interviews with twenty other people who reportedly accused Majors of having a volatile personality amid his criminal trial due in April
Hollywood actor Jonathan Majors is facing additional assault charges after several women came forward to report the abuse. He was found guilty of physical and mental abuse in December after a complaint from his former girlfriend, which also cost him precious MCU collaborations.
The 34-year-old actor is facing severe backlash and disgrace amid a recent report in the New York Times that stated two more women have stepped forward to share their emotional and physical abuse. The statements entailed claims from multiple interviews with 20 other people. They reportedly accused Majors of having a volatile personality and complained about his rash actions with female coworkers during the filming of the HBO series Lovecraft Country. The crew then brought this up with the network.
The recent abuse statements come nearly two months after he was allegedly found guilty of assaulting his former girlfriend, Grace Jabbari. Currently, the actor is awaiting an April criminal trial in the case.
As a rippling effect, Jonathan Majors was dropped from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and lost his character of supervillain Kang.
As per New York Times interviews and statements shared with prosecutors, Jonathan Major's ex-girlfriends Emma Duncan and Maura Hooper confessed to being physically and emotionally assaulted by their former partner.
Jonathan Majors faced serious allegations, including ‘choking, bruising, and violent behaviour' from his former partners and actresses Duncan and Hooper, as they dubbed him a controlling man, veering them off from their careers and other people. “A controlling, threatening figure who isolated them from friends and career pursuits,” the statements characterised Majors and his volatile demeanour.
The Creed III actor is entitled to a jail term of up to a year for physical and mental assault. His court hearing and sentence are due in April. For the unversed, Jonathan Majors was arrested in 2022 over a confrontation and assault case filed by ex-girlfriend Grace for the brutal behavior during a car ride after the latter caught Majors sharing private texts with someone, citing infidelity. This led to the couple’s fight, which further escalated after Majors tried to snatch the phone away and throw Grace in the backseat of the car.
"Jonathan Majors was found guilty by a Manhattan Criminal Court jury of assault in the third degree and harassment in the second degree," the prosecutor’s office said in an official statement earlier in December.