Jonathan Majors Sued Again Following December 2023 Guilty Verdict

Heres Why Kang the Conqueror Is Considered Evil

Following the release of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Qunatumania’ the superhero media world was shaken by allegations brought to light against Jonathan Majors, introduced in ‘Loki’ Season 1 as Victor Timely and in ‘Quantumania’ as Kang the Conqueror, the next big villain for the Multiversal Saga.

Jonathan Majors’ career has been in somewhat of a freefall ever since he was arrested in March 2023 after an alleged assault of a woman he knew and was rumored to be his girlfriend. He was laid off from several projects, his manager and PR team quit, and several commercials featuring the actor were pulled.

However, the actor maintained his innocence throughout the process, and his legal team assured him that they’d prove his undoubted innocence. First, they released text messages between Majors and the alleged victim, but that only seemed to backfire against Jonathan – at least in the public eye.

In December, the guilty verdict came and Disney fired Majors, which prompted numerous changes within the franchise. Following his departure ‘Avengers: Kang Dynasty’ is no longer being referred to as such, and according to some rumors, a replacement for Majors is being searched for as I’m typing this.

Now more than 3 months after the guilty verdict, Majors is being sued once again by his former girlfriend Grace Jabbari as reported by Variety.

Jabbari filed a lawsuit against Majors in a New York federal court, alleging assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, malicious prosecution, and defamation. The defamation claim stems from comments Majors made in a ‘Good Morning America’ interview following his conviction, where he denied physically harming a woman. During the trial, Majors’ attorney repeatedly accused Jabbari of lying about her injuries from the March 2023 incident.

Jabbari’s lawsuit recounts two incidents involving Majors in 2022, alleging physical abuse and threats. In Los Angeles, Majors allegedly shoved Jabbari into a shower door, causing injury, and later threw objects in a frenzied state. In London, he purportedly bruised her, threw her against a car, and choked her while threatening to kill her. The lawsuit also includes text messages where Majors dissuaded Jabbari from seeking medical help and threatened suicide. These incidents were detailed during a December 2023 trial, though the text messages were not used as evidence for the March 2023 altercation. Majors is set to be sentenced next month for his December 2023 conviction.

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