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Jonathan Majors’ Text Messages Prove Guilt

Jonathan Majors Text Messages Prove Guilt

Jonathan Majors Text Messages Prove Guilt. In a recent trial, the Marvel actor Jonathan Majors was accused of admitting to physical violence against his now-ex, Grace Jabbari, six months before his arrest in March.

Majors, 34, had previously been deemed inadmissible at trial due to the text messages he sent to Jabbari in September 2022.

The messages were considered Molineux evidence, which the New York State Unified Court System defines as “conduct that is inextricably interwoven with the charged acts” and may provide necessary background information or explanation” to the charged acts.

Jonathan Majors Text Messages Prove Guilt.Jabbari assured Majors that she would not blame him for allegedly causing an injury to her head. She read the message aloud to the jury, but Majors couldn’t continue through her tears.

Assistant District Attorney Kelli Galaway took over, and Majors expressed her desire to be with Jabbari. The text messages were displayed to the jury and read into the record by Jabbari on her fourth and final day on the stand on Friday.

The earlier incident of alleged abuse had previously been ruled inadmissible, but during cross-examination, Priya Chaudhry, one of Majors’s defense lawyers, drilled Jabbari about why the morning after the alleged March 2023 incident, the woman had told emergency personnel that she did not remember how she had become injured.

Majors responded by text, threatening suicide if his then-girlfriend went to the hospital for her injured head.

Jabbari responded by saying she would not go to the doctor if you don’t feel safe with me doing so, or don’t trust me to.

He told her that she could not reject his love and admonishing her for not hugging him after the alleged fight. Majors noted that he would probably kill himself, but Jabbari noted her perceived error in not hugging him.

As the text messages were read aloud to the jury, Majors kept his head down, hands in his lap, and his binder of notes shut. The details of that September 2022 incident were not further detailed for the jury, as that earlier incident is still otherwise precluded from coming into trial.

However, in the 115-page filing reviewed by a media channel, prosecutors listed a series of texts by Jabbari in September 2022, including photographs of a hand, shoulder, and buttocks, texts about “punching,” “discussing pain,” and a “text with JM,” using Majors’s initials “re medical treatment.”

In court, Galloway moved on in her re-direct questioning of Jabbari to the March 2023 incident, asking Jabbari why she initially told emergency personnel that she did not know how she had become injured.

Jabbari answered that she was scared of the consequences of it and still wanted to protect him.

Majors is facing charges of assault in the third degree with intent to cause physical injury, assault in the third degree recklessly causing physical injury, aggravated harassment in the second degree, and harassment in the second degree, in connection with an alleged fight between him and Jabbari that spilled onto the streets of Chinatown in March.


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Written by Aliyah Collins