Jonathan Majors Files Counter-Complaint Against Ex-Girlfriend, Claims He Was The ‘Victim’ During The March Assault

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It looks like Jonathan Majors has filed a counter-complaint against his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, following his March arrest for a reported domestic dispute between the then-couple, NY Post reported. 


“Creed III”

star claims that Jabbari scratched and hit him while she was drunk during an argument that later led to his March 25 arrest.

“From the beginning, we have said Jonathan Majors is innocent and provably the victim here,”

Priya Chaudhry, Majors’ attorney, told The Post in a statement.

“Last week, for the first time, Mr. Majors met with the NYPD to present them with evidence of what really happened on that night,”

Chaudhry added.

“Within hours of viewing the evidence, and conducting their own thorough investigation, the NYPD found probable cause to arrest Grace Jabbari for assaulting Jonathan Majors.”

An NYPD spokesperson declined to comment on Chaudhry’s claims, however, they did reveal that no more arrests have been made and the investigation was ongoing.

Jabbari, 30, accused the 33-year-old Hollywood actor of attacking her three months ago leaving her with bruise marks on her head and neck, and her right hand injured. She was treated at a hospital and Majors was arrested. Initially, Majors was hit with six counts of third-degree assault, three counts of third-degree attempted assault, and two counts of harassment, reports note. He was later released from jail and the strangulation charge was dropped. However, he still faces misdemeanor charges of assault and harassment.

According to legal filings obtained by The Post Chaudry claims a cab driver witnessed Jabbari attacking Majors on March 25. The driver allegedly saw Jabbari trying to snatch Majors phone on the way home from a bar in Brooklyn. The driver also allegedly saw a woman

“hitting, scratching and attacking”

Majors, who asked him to stop the car so he could get out.

“Jonathan Majors is innocent and has not abused anyone,”

his attorney insisted.

“We have provided irrefutable evidence to the district attorney that the charges are false. We are confident that he will be fully exonerated.”

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