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Jonathan Majors’ Trial Pushed Back As NYPD Looks For Accuser

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – AUGUST 03: Jonathan Majors, looks backs at media while leaving Manhattan Criminal court after his pre trial hearing on August 03, 2023 in New York City. If convicted, Majors could face up to a year in jail over misdemeanor charges of assault and harassment. (Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images)

Actor Jonathan Majors’ domestic battery trial seems to be stalled. It’s reported that the trial has been delayed, and NYPD is now looking for the accuser, who is currently out of the country.

Chaudhry also said that the New York Police Department is looking to arrest the accuser, Grace Jabbari, when she returns to the United States.

His attorney had plenty to say in defense of the actor.
“One hundred and thirty-one days ago, authorities unjustly cuffed Jonathan Majors in his own home, hauling him off to jail based on the word of a woman now hunted by the NYPD. Bravely, Jonathan Majors laid bare to the NYPD the relentless, alcohol-fueled abuse he suffered at the hands of Grace Jabbari, an enduring nightmare in their relationship,” according to a written statement she released. “Now, as soon as Jabbari sets foot back in New York, the NYPD stands ready to arrest her.”

Jabbari initially said that Majors attacked her, broke her finger, twisted her arm, and hit her in the ear—all charges that Majors disputed.

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