Jonathan Majors Accused of Abuse by Two Ex-Girlfriends Following the Guilty Verdict in His Domestic Violence Trial

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Jonathan Majors 54th NAACP Image Awards
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Actor Jonathan Majors has been hit with further accusations of assault and harassment by several women, as reported by The New York Times.

Despite his insistence on innocence in a televised interview, numerous former girlfriends, colleagues, and on-set personnel have shared accounts of Majors' abusive behavior.

Jonathan Majors - 2019 Oscar Wilde Awards - Santa Monica
Jonathan Majors at the 2019 Oscar Wilde Awards at the Bad Robot on February 21, 2019 in Santa Monica, CA (Photo by Carrie Nelson)

Emma Duncan, a former girlfriend, detailed incidents of emotional and physical abuse, including choking and bruising. Another ex-girlfriend, Maura Hooper, reported emotional abuse at his hands.

Both women are actresses who dated Majors before he became famous, and described him as a “controlling, threatening figure” who isolated them from friends and career pursuits.

Jonathan Majors 54th NAACP Image Awards
Jonathan Majors at the 54th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium. (Photo Credit: Billy Bennight/AdMedia)

According to former colleagues interviewed by The New York Times, Majors exhibited volatility on the set of HBO's Lovecraft Country, including confrontations with female co-workers that led them to complain to the network.

The Times' report was based on interviews with 20 people and statements submitted to the prosecution in the December case, where Majors was found guilty of harassment and misdemeanor assault against Grace Jabbari, a former girlfriend. Majors is scheduled to be sentenced in April.

Jonathan Majors Los Angeles Premiere Of CREED III
Jonathan Majors. Los Angeles Premiere Of “CREED III” at the TCL Chinese Theatre. (Photo Credit: Billy Bennight/AdMedia)

As a result of the accusations, Majors has lost major career opportunities, including a story arc in the upcoming Avengers films as the super villain Kang, as well as his management and publicity firms.


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