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Jonathan Majors' Accuser Grace Jabbari Will Not Be Prosecuted, New Filing from D.A.'s Office Reveals Despite Media Reports

Jonathan Majors' Accuser Grace Jabbari Will Not Be Prosecuted, New Filing from D.A.'s Office Reveals Despite Media Reports

More details are coming out in the Jonathan Majors case and a new filing from prosecutors has shed some new light on what’s going on.

Back in March, the Marvel actor was arrested in Manhattan and charged with accounts of assault and aggravated harassment following an alleged dispute with his then-girlfriend Grace Jabbari. He pleaded not guilty to four charges and faces up to one year in jail if convicted.

The Messenger reports that the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information (DCPI) for the New York Police Department will soon file a domestic violence charge against Grace.

Law enforcement sources told the outlet that Grace “will be issued a desk appearance ticket, which police issue to require a suspect to appear in court to answer charges.”

Despite this new report, Variety has obtained a new 115-page filing that was submitted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office in response to Jonathan‘s attempt to dismiss the case.

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The filing “dismisses the idea that the D.A. has any plans to prosecute Jabbari for domestic violence alleged by Majors in a counter-claim, contradicting recent media reports that claimed such an action was imminent.”

Prosecutors are trying to get their hands on a London Metropolitan Police report from September 2022, which they believe is relevant to the current case.

In the new court filing, Jonathan‘s legal team was accused of leaked and misrepresenting court evidence. His team still maintains his innocence.

Jonathan recently made headlines for a different reason.

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